In the top of the second inning against Louisville, with runners on second and third, the University of Kentucky turned this nifty triple play:
Louisville cornerback Shaq Wiggins is seeking a graduate transfer elsewhere for the 2017-18 season. Wiggins will be eligible to play for his new team immediately, since NCAA rules don’t force graduate transfers to sit out a year. However, head coach Bobby Petrino seems to be trying to restrict the options for…
Louisville coughed up an eight-point halftime lead in an upset loss to Michigan.
After last Wednesday, Louisville forward Deng Adel probably thought he was in the clear for claiming the team’s dunk of year. Unfortunately for him, Syracuse defenders are a bunch of ball-watchers.
A Louisville sophomore who won $38,000 at a women’s basketball game by hitting a layup, a free throw, a three-pointer and a half-court shot has now been told that he cannot receive the money because he played basketball in high school.
Rick Pitino was mad tonight! How mad? Mad enough that he had to be held back by his assistant coaches as he and a North Carolina fan got into a shouting match.
UNC and Louisville are in the midst of a tight one in Chapel Hill right now. It’s been a good game between the top-ten teams, and the best moment was easily Deng Adel’s eye-popping dunk from just in front of the free throw line. Look at this jam!
The latest entry to the Idiot On The Field series took place in Louisville, where 31-year-old Randall Bolton tried to enter the Miami huddle during a first-half timeout of what would go on to be a 71-66 victory for the Cardinals.
No. 7 Duke lost their second straight game and their fourth of the year, falling to no. 14 Louisville by a score of 78-69 on Saturday afternoon.
No. 13 Duke edged No. 8 Louisville 58-55, but the Cardinals ran the cleverest play of the night. To start the second half, Louisville fooled the Blue Devils into defending the backcourt, leading to the easiest layup Briahanna Jackson’s ever had.
A weak first half—particularly from Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Lamar Jackson—doomed Louisville to a 29-9 loss to LSU in the Citrus Bowl.
Derrius Guice made Louisville kicker Blanton Creque regret every part of this tackle attempt.
Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich announced today that offensive coordinator Lonnie Galloway will be suspended for the Dec. 31 Citrus Bowl for taking game plan materials from Wake Forest radio announcer Tommy Elrod.
One day after Wake Forest fired and banned football radio announcer Tommy Elrod for sharing game prep materials with the team’s opponents for at least two years, Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich said that the Cardinals had received information from Elrod this season, before their Nov. 12 game against the Demon…
Wake Forest announced that football radio announcer Tommy Elrod—a former player and coach at the school—was fired from his position and banned from athletic facilities, after it was discovered that Elrod has been giving or attempting to give game prep materials to opposing teams for at least two years.
Two Louisville football players, James Hearns and and Henry Famurewa, and an unidentified female student were shot early Sunday morning at an off-campus party celebrating Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson’s Heisman Trophy victory. The shooting took place around 2:00 a.m. in the Retreat apartment complex. The three…
The 6-foot-3, 205-pound sophomore made history as the first player from Louisville to win the trophy and the youngest ever at 19 years, 352 days. Although his team lost its last two regular season games, Jackson set an ACC record with 51 total touchdowns this year.
Louisville came into this evening’s game with Houston with a decent chance of making the playoff. Even if Alabama and Clemson win out, all they had to do was win out and inevitably leapfrog the loser of the Ohio State-Michigan game. Instead, they are in the process of getting turned into jelly by the Cougars, who hold…