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Ethan’s still upset about the men’s team being left out of March Madness, but it’s still Ls up.

—Spread check: Oregon by 1.

—After a season of ups and downs, U of L star freshman Hailey Van Lith has found her groove at the perfect time.

—Just when you think you’ve achieved career stability, and Abilene Christian comes along and blows all that to shit.

The Longhorns are now expected to put the full-court press on Chris Beard.

—Bowling Green High School star Patrick Forbes has committed to Louisville baseball.

—Dre Davis freshman year highlights are here.

—State of Louisville really wants Chris Mack to land Georgetown C transfer Qudus Wahab.

—Awful news from Grand Canyon, where standout Oscar Frayer was killed in a car wreck less than a week after he played for the Antelopes in their first ever NCAA tournament game.

—Adam Zagoria writes about what we learned from the first week of the men’s NCAA tournament.

—Women in college sports have bigger social media followings but fewer chances to play professionally. The ban on name/image/likeness is uniquely bad for them.

—Awesome stuff from Luke here.

—Pro Football Network profiles Javian Hawkins.

—Michigan State is the latest school to offer Male High DT William Spencer (2023).

—Happy 10-year anniversary to the Knights.

—A total of 18 players will participate in Louisville’s 2021 Pro Day.

—Former Louisville recruit Khristian Lander is the sixth Indiana basketball player to put his name in the transfer portal this week.

—Jeff Brohm is one of five college football coaches that Dennis Dodd has on the hot seat heading into 2021.

—Harlow on SNL tomorrow night.

—The latest episode of the Cardinal Sports Zone podcast is here.

—Former Cardinal football standout Trevon Young has been released by the Cleveland Browns.

—Jim Mora Jr. breaks down the top Louisville prospects for the 2021 NFL draft.

—The countdown is on.

—The U of L softball team will look to get back on track in ACC play when it hosts Virginia Tech over the weekend. The Cards are just 9-11 overall and 3-6 in the league.

—Nick Young has made a bold argument for Donovan Mitchell to win the NBA’s MVP award.

—A very happy anniversary to the Dream Game.

—And finally, beat Oregon.