The U of L women's team looks to bounce back from a disappointing performance against Notre Dame on Monday when they face Virginia Tech tonight. Here's your preview.
Saint Louis lost a basketball game last night, and then got stranded at the arena when their bus driver took off without them. She was later tracked down by state troopers on the highway and arrested for DWI.
North Carolina players think Grayson Allen takes too much heat and that he's a great person. Watch the Tar Heels and Blue Devils make out tonight at 8 on ESPN.
Charlie Scott wants somebody to break his ACC Tournament scoring record.
It's "Raise Red" season once again over at U of L, and the event is going to get several shoutouts this Saturday at the Yum Center during the Miami game. If you aren't familiar with Raise Red, here are some fast facts:
--Over 1,000 students are fundraising for their chance to dance for an entire weekend
--There is a student who is going to run on a treadmill for the entire 18 hours.
--The event will raise its $1,000,000th dollar this year in just its fourth year of existence.
--The Goal for the event this year is to raise $450,000
--The event is February 24thand 25th. Everyone in the community is invited to come by on February 25that 10am to see how much money we've raised.
Additional info can be found here.
I found one of the top wide receivers in the class of 2027 this morning. pic.twitter.com/bwREJDPcuD— Dave Lackford (@RivalsDave) February 4, 2017
Jahyde is headed to a regional All-American camp for select youths next month. He's already Card Chronicle's favorite future Cardinal.
Will Tucker breaks down the phenomenon of the Duke villain.
If you live in the Northeast, you could attend the Maxwell Awards Gala on March 10 in Atlantic City to see Lamar Jackson accepted his Maxwell Player of the Year award. I know a few Cardinal fans from Louisville who have already made plans for the trip.
Luke Winn has Louisville at No. 10 in his latest power rankings for Sports Illustrated.
10. LOUISVILLE CARDINALS
LAST WEEK: 12
The Cardinals have now played six ACC games without their former starting point guard, Quentin Snider, who's out with a strained hip flexor. As valuable as Snider was in their win over Kentucky in December, they've been a better team without him in ACC play—both on offense and on D.
Here are the competition-adjusted splits for Louisville with and without Snider—one set for a pure 5/6 game split, and one set that removes this week's Virginia game, which isn't all that worthwhile for analysis given that the Cardinals were also missing Deng Adel and Mangok Mathiang:
Leaving out the last Virginia game, Louisville has been 25.7 points per 100 possessions better without Snider in ACC play than it was with him. That's a significant margin.
Next up: 2/11 vs. Miami (Fla.), 2/13 at Syracuse
Dan McDonnell shares his story (video) about the most impactful person on his baseball career.
Charles Oakley getting arrested after fighting security at Madison Square Garden last night is the defining Knicks story of the 21st century thus far.
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Duke students had to take a quiz this week and the ones who did the best got the best seats for the North Carolina game. I actually love the idea.
V.J. King is coming around, but he knows there's still plenty of work to do.
The 2017 U of L baseball media guide is now available for your consumption.
Louisville suffered its 3rd loss by at least 15 points since joining ACC. All three have come against Virginia.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 7, 2017
Louisville football player Alphonso Carter has been suspended indefinitely following a gun-related charge in December.
U of L QB signee Malik Cunningham continues to rack up hardware.
Dr. Dunkenstein will be at Double Dogs in Nashville on Feb. 18 to help kickstart a scholarship for local students.
Congratulations to Geron Christian and Tobijah Hughley on being named All-ACC Academic performers.
The Sporting News currently has Louisville as a No. 3 seed.
ESPN names Louisville pitcher Maryssa Becker as the 15th-best player in college softball for the upcoming season.
Brendan McKay is a D1baseball.com first team preseason All-American.
The U of L lacrosse team faces Marquette and Robert Morris this weekend.
State of the U has Louisville at No. 3 in its ACC power rankings.
Texas football would like a shot at Louisville in order to break the 1-1 series tie between the two programs. I'm good with that.