The news of the Louisville Men's Basketball team being mightily reprimanded earlier this week still has fans down, however, the 2013 national championship banner, which was taken down almost immediately, has found a new life.
Lifetime used to be a network of programming aimed at women. They still air some of the most campy made for TV movies ever. However for the last couple of years, reality programming has taken over with a good amount of dance shows thanks to Dance Moms. Another dance team show premieres next month and it will feature the national championship caliber Louisville Ladybirds. Oh and they have a coach,
This hurts! A University of Louisville sophomore participated in a half-court shot contest at a Women's game at the KFC Yum! Center last Thursday night and he completed the gauntlet (layup, free throw, 3-pointer, half-court shot). One problem, he's not getting the payout. Why? He's played basketball before. Huh?!?
The bluegrass was red all over after Louisville's overwhelming win over no. 2 Florida State Saturday. In case you missed it, the Cards won 63-20 over the Seminoles who have now dropped out of the top 10 in the new AP Poll. Louisville is now at number 3 in the AP Poll and at number 4 in the new Coaches Poll. The Cardinals have not been ranked this high since coach Bobby Petrino's first stint with t
Cardinal Nation will be represented in Rio. 4-time NCAA champ and American record holder in the 100m butterfly Kelsi Worrell won the race Monday night in the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska. Worrell is the first U of L American swimmer ever to qualify for the Olympics.
I guess this shows what I know about politics. I had no idea a governor could just sign an executive order and dissolve a school's board of trustees. But that's just what's happened at the University of Louisville.
In a joint announcement Monday morning, the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville released the date of the much anticipated basketball game for the upcoming 2014-2015 season. The Cardinals are set to host this year and the big game will benefit the Basketball Hall of Fame. You'll be able to catch the game live on ESPN 2.
So, when will the game be?!?
University of Louisville's President, Dr. James Ramsey and others from the school will visit Owensboro tomorrow. Dr. Ramsey will speak to juniors and seniors about going to college. Also, Daviess County students that attend U of L will tell the high schoolers about their collegiate experiences Here is the schedule.