First pitch for tonight's Louisville baseball game against Toledo at Jim Patterson Stadium has been moved up to 4 p.m. Here's your game preview.
U of L pledge Courtney Ramey and top target Romeo Langford will go head to head at the adidas uprising event tonight at 7:20.
In a related story,
An adidas executive talks about the company's plan to catch Nike.
You can see two of Brendan McKay's four home runs from Tuesday right here.
Bennie Boatright returning to USC is a big deal for Andy Enfield and the Trojans.
Senegal native Lahat Thioune, a 6'11 center, has attracted some attention from Louisville. The last player we got who fit that description turned out pretty well.
Jason Terry for real interviewed for the UAB job last year. He could be a C-USA coach right now. Instead he’s making shots on Toronto. https://t.co/J3bjRX3s4f— Gary Parrish (@GaryParrishCBS) April 28, 2017
The paper of note in Gainesville profiles GHS alum Keith Kelsey, who just wants somebody to give him a shot in the NFL.
Percentage of UofL's all-time wins that have come during Tom Jurich's career: Football-32%, Basketball-27%, Baseball-43%, Women's Bball-57%.— Kelly Dickey (@RealCardGame) April 27, 2017
Former Cardinal Neil Holland is still kicking in the Carolina League despite being a 28-year-old "old man."
Nike, adidas and Under Armour have all passed on signing Lonzo Ball because his dad is a lunatic.
The 18th-ranked Louisville lacrosse team fell to No. 12 Virginia, 13-12 in overtime of the ACC Tournament quarterfinals Thursday night. The Cardinals will now wait for the NCAA Tournament bracket to be revealed on Sunday, May 7 at 9 p.m.
Minor League Ball profiles Ballard star and U of L commit Jordan Adell.
Pros to youth: Train to learn, aim for failure & progress. "Failure is your education." Preparing Jaylen Johnson for NBA pre draft workouts pic.twitter.com/eelYNHj1tr— Phillip Morrison (@Morrison_BBall) April 27, 2017
The U of L women's tennis team saw its 2017 season end with an ACC Tournament loss to Wake Forest.
Meanwhile, the men's team advanced in the ACC Tournament with a win over Notre Dame.
The story of a 15-year-old basketball player at Dunbar High collapsing and dying during an open gym on Wednesday is just so damn sad.
An Atherton softball player got attacked by a shark, lived to talk about it, and then sort of trash-talked the shark.
The ville showing some love ® pic.twitter.com/SRIdR83EEh— dejmi dumervil jean (@kingdez1k) April 28, 2017
The Louisville women's golf team is heading to the NCAA Regionals for a fourth consecutive season.
Keith Towbridge gets some love from his hometown paper.
Terry Rozier is earning himself a bigger role in the Celtics rotation with his performances in their series against Chicago.
The celebrity list for the Unbridled Eve gala has been released. It does not feature Keith Wynne, so don't bother scrolling through twice.
Quick, Jamari, Radcliff, Josh, DLo, Keith Kelsey, Towbridge, Holba, Hughley, Cole, Khalil, I'm Waiting ❗️ #Mybrothers— Lamar Jackson (@Lj_era8) April 28, 2017
Louisville has officially announced the addition of UConn transfer Steven Enoch.
Louisville women's basketball signees Lindsey Duvall and Dana Evans were each named USA Today All-USA State Player of the Year in their home states of Kentucky and Indiana, respectively.
And finally, U of L coach Arthur Albiero has been named SwimSwam's "Competitor of the Month."