—The U of L women’s basketball team has added three transfers, and all three are former McDonald’s All-Americans.
—After a huge weekend sweep of NC State, Louisville is up to No. 8 in this week’s D-I Baseball top 25 poll.
—Mallory Comerford is once again the ACC Swimmer of the Year on the women’s side.
—This is awesome.
—LSU has reinstated Will Wade as its head coach because of course they have.
—Virginia’s Ty Jerome has announced that he is hiring an agent and declaring for the NBA Draft.
I enjoy this, because everything Jerome does that isn’t on a basketball court against Louisville is pretty cool.
SO..... Mike reached out to the kid and had him on the show today. And my man Ty did not disappoint. It was subtle, but he got his point across loud and clear. pic.twitter.com/KpCQwBFpgD— Ƒunhouse (@BackAftaThis) April 11, 2019
—College basketball’s last 10 national champions shows that experience, in a fairly high degree, matters.
—A week after its monumental series win over No. 3 Florida State, the Louisville softball team took a weekend series from Boston College.
—Big Red Louie hopes that a fresh start could mean big things for Jawon Pass.
—Donovan remains the best.
This wound up being the night he dropped 46.
—The Athletic’s way too early women’s top 10 for next season does not include Louisville.
—Eric Crawford examines the field of Kentucky Derby contenders with less than three weeks to go before the big race.
—Cincinnati has hired former Northern Kentucky head coach John Brannen to fill its coaching vacancy. I think he can do really well there, but former Bearcat players don’t seem particularly thrilled about the hire. That’s mostly because UC didn’t hire Nick Van Exel.
—The Mack family, which likes Brannen but doesn’t care for the Bearcats, is conflicted.
I see ya @coachbrannen! Congrats on your new position. You’ve confused the Mack girls to death! . Go Bearc...., sorry can’t do it. Go Brannens!— Chris Mack (@CoachChrisMack) April 15, 2019
—Louisville signee David Johnson has been named First Team All-State by the Courier Journal.
—The Clippers keep thriving despite trading their stars and Montrezl Harrell is a big part of the reason why.
—National Titles Won (by current coaches):
Big Ten 1
Final Fours Made:
Big Ten 10
The numbers are overwhelming.
—The Tennessee Titans have signed Keith Towbridge.
—Dan Wolken says UCLA should have swallowed its pride and hired Rick Pitino.
—This story on former Eastern High and Ball State standout Trey Moses and his battle with mental health is worth your time.
—The Mailman is, without question, my favorite Cardinal tennis player.
Sergio “the mailman” Hernandez delivers a 4-3 victory for the Cardinals on the road over Clemson Tigers. #L1C4 @CardChronicle @TheCardinalNews @WHAS11Whitney @slam10s @KentTaylorWAVE @FredCowgillWLKY pic.twitter.com/paICQuYvJ4— Rex Ecarma (@Rx11) April 6, 2019
—Congrats to David Levitch on being named the full-time head basketball coach at North Oldham.
—The hoop is gone from Paisley Park, but Prince’s legend as a basketball player lives on.
—Louisville is the No. 14 seed for this week’s ACC women’s tennis tournament.
—So you’re saying this is an option?
Bill would make Chicago its own state https://t.co/zgAN9mesUD— Brian Freskos (@BrianFreskos) April 15, 2019
Just something to keep an eye on.
—Ryle baseball Evan Webster has signed on to play at U of L.
—After bouncing on the city, Google Fiber has agreed to pay Louisville $3.8 million to restore the infrastructure they tore up.
—Louisville’s sweep of NC State was one of the top stories in all of college baseball from over the weekend.