The Louisville women's basketball team wants you to wear pink to Sunday's showdown against North Carolina.
The U of L baseball team is headed to Clearwater to kick off its 2017 season this weekend. Here's a preview.
In one of the worst decisions in university history, Bellarmine has asked me to be the basketball team's honorary captain for its 8 p.m. game tonight at Knights Hall. I have to give a speech to the team before the game, and I'm leaning towards either plagiarizing Scar's "Be Prepared" spiel from The Lion King or throwing some stools and doing that Bobby Knight halftime tirade that was secretly recorded. Either way, if they lose I'm not allowed to show my face on campus ever again.
If you can't make it to Knight's Hall tonight, then make it out Saturday. The team is fantastic and they play a brand of basketball that is incredibly entertaining to watch.
Louisville is No. 7 in Gary Parrish's daily rankings for CBS.
Anchor: "You're a Kentucky guy, you went to school 'Bama; so who's your basketball team?"
JT: "Louisville. I'm from Louisville."
Also, he's won four times on Tour, dude.
Former Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd is visiting Louisville this weekend.
Sports Illustrated has a cool behind the scenes look at what a weekend for Villanova star Josh Hart is like.
DePaul names first non-ordained president in history of the Catholic university https://t.co/rQ0JXjnZJ9— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) February 16, 2017
Hey, Larry Eustachy's in the middle of a negative headline again.
Louisville is No. 6 in Luke Winn's latest power rankings for Sports Illustrated.
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Point guard Quentin Snider is back in Louisville's starting lineup following a six-game absence with a sore hip flexor. Although the Cardinals are 2-0 since his return, they were a more efficient team in ACC play—especially on offense—without him. Here are the updated splits, adjusted for competition and location:
Next up: 2/18 vs. Virginia Tech, 2/22 at North Carolina
Gabe Duverge over at The Cardinal Connect says Rick Pitino is painting another Cardinal masterpiece.
In one year, Brandon Roy took a Seattle high school from a three-win club to the No. 1 team in the country. Still got housed by Louisville in the 2005 Sweet 16 though.
To no one's surprise, Brendan McKay has been named to the preseason watch list for the Golden Spikes Award.
Tom Crean's replacement at Indiana? The people have spoken and they want Wario.
I have a hard time believing the Zags would win the tournament one out of every four times it was played, but still, cool.
The college football rules committee is considering a much-needed change to the targeting rule.
Louisville is a No. 2 seed in the Midwest in Joe Lunardi's latest Bracketology.
Rivals catches up with Peyton Siva.
What's the next step for you in your career?
Peyton Siva: The next step is to get another shot at playing in the NBA. If not, playing for a top team in Europe.
How much have you been able to keep up with the Louisville Cardinals this season? Does the team remind you, or compare to your national championship team?
Peyton Siva: I've been able to catch a couple of games. They have a really special team. I think this team has a lot more length than our team, but our team pressed a lot more on the defensive end. These guys seem to block a lot more shots. I think they are very special and are led by a terrific point guard in Q (Quentin Snider).
What do you think of the job Quentin Snider has done being the team's point guard?
Peyton Siva: I'm a big fan of Q. He's a really great shooter and knows how to run a team. To me he's the most important piece to this team. Also, D. Mitchell is a great piece to have.
All four of U of L's 2017 signees will be playing in the Derby Classic this spring.
A dog was abandoned at a gas station in Brazil, and the workers there took him in and made him a full-time employee.
I have a friend that insisted on dressing up like a clown for his family pic back when he was like 8 and it's my favorite picture ever pic.twitter.com/LtAjhbs1wh— Leslie M.R (@Lejlie) February 13, 2017
I think it's just the complete commitment to the character that this brat of an 8-year-old had. I mean that is a real deal clown outfit.
Donovan Mitchell is a member of the "next 10" list on CBS' Player of the Year watch.
Bruce Feldman's behind the scenes look at National Signing Day with Ed Orgeron and LSU is fascinating.
And finally, R&R is on from 3-6 today talking about Louisville gearing up for what should be a memorable stretch run. You can listen here.