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Louisville Cardinals Rumors & News
Card Chronicle 8 hours ago
The Louisville women's basketball team will enter the NCAA Tournament with just four losses. That's the good news. The bad news is that if the Cards want to win their first national title, they're probably going to have to knock off the team that has dealt them three of those defeats. U of L's third meeting with top-ranked and unbeaten Connecticut went a lot like the first two, as the Huskies rolled to a 72-52 win to claim the AAC tournament title. The win made the Huskies the 14th team to enter the NCAA Tournament without a loss, an achievement they completed for the sixth time. Shoni...
U of L Beat | Louisville Courier-Journal 5 hours ago
At this point, it makes sense to keep updating the field every day. We only have six(!) days until Selection Sunday. March Madness is six days Continue reading →
U of L Beat | Louisville Courier-Journal 10 hours ago
In the early stages of February, Louisville didn’t look much like the team it does now. Can Russ Smith lead Louisville back Continue reading →
U of L Beat | Louisville Courier-Journal 17 hours ago
The American Athletic Conference coaches vote for the league awards, and the winners and teams will be announced over Tuesday and Wednesday. The AAC Continue reading →
U of L Beat | Louisville Courier-Journal Mar 9, 2014
The regular season ends today and some conference tournaments are underway (and a few have even finished), so now’s a good time to take stock of how Louisville’s 2013-14 opponents fared.
Louisville Courier-Journal Mar 9, 2014
Sophomore right-hander Kyle Funkhouser pitched six strong innings and the 10th-ranked University of Louisville baseball team defeated Miami of Ohio 10-1 Saturday at Jim Patterson Stadium.
The University of Louisville football team won't know its starting quarterback until August, new coach Bobby Petrino said Saturday.
Shoni Schimmel started the scoring with a 3-pointer in the opening minute, and Louisville never looked back from there.
This is the bracket for the American Athletic Conference basketball tournament that begins March 12 in Memphis.
On the eve of Russ Smith's final home game as a Louisville Cardinal, his father had one simple request.
U of L Beat | Louisville Courier-Journal Mar 8, 2014
Rick Pitino was happy after his team’s 33-point victory over UConn, and for good reason. Louisville was dominant from start to finish, and won itself a share of the American Athletic Conference title.
Just about everything went right for University of Louisville on senior day.
Game time: 2 p.m. Site: KFC Yum! Center. Line: UofL by 11. Series: UofL leads 9-6. Last meeting: UofL won 76-64 at Connecticut on Jan.18. Television: CBS. Radio: WKRD-790.
U of L Beat | Louisville Courier-Journal Mar 7, 2014
I just got in from the AAC tiebreaker scenarios and, boy, are my eyes tired. Sometimes you just gotta take a leap. (Photo by Continue reading →
Louisville Courier-Journal Mar 7, 2014
Louisville and Cincinnati will be co-American Athletic Conference champions if they both lose or if they both win on Saturday. Here are the tie-breaking scenarios ?for the top seed in the AAC tournament, which starts Wednesday in Memphis.