I introduced my five reasons why the Cardinals would declaw the Wildcats yesterday and it would be remiss of me not to put my “Blue-Blocker” sunglasses on and give Big Blue Nation reason for optimism today. So, without further delay, (by the way, is it just me or is it taking way too long for […]
So you’ve looked over an empty bracket and penciled in your picks all the way through the national championship game right? Then, you tore it up and did a new one, making a few different selections that you just know will help you win the office pool. If you are 100% satisfied with your choices […]
It may be February but baseball season is in full swing here locally. Unfortunately, it was announced earlier this morning from both the University of Kentucky and Louisville that both of their home games would be postponed today due to inclement weather. Kentucky was scheduled to host Dayton tonight at Cliff Hagan Stadium but will […]
Quarterback Tucker Israel has been committed to Clemson for just over a week, but that doesn’t scare Bobby Petrino and the Louisville football program from trying to pick him up. The 6’0″ 2015 prospect from Orlando, Fla. was offered by the Cardinals Wednesday, according to 247Sports.com. #Louisville, #Vanderbilt and #UCLA offer #Clemson QB commit Tucker […]
There were 335 players invited to this year’s NFL Combine which will be in Indianapolis on February 19-24th. There are five former Louisville Cardinals in the list of invites. To compare there was only one Kentucky player invited, WKU has more (Bobby Effect). Complete list HERE. Louisville players invited Teddy Bridgewater, QB Calvin Pryor, Safety […]
This weeks edition of the Associated Press poll has been released with the top five teams unchanged, Arizona leading the way with their undefeated record. For the local teams, Louisville moved up to the 12th spot after a very good road win at UConn. This week the Cards will play at South Florida. Kentucky dropped […]
Louisville fans should be happy with the recruiting class Rick Pitino and staff have put together. Four of their future commitments have been named nominees for the 2014 McDonald’s All-American game. The biggest name of the four, Louisville Ballard guard Quentin Snider and his play has earned the right to be a nominee. He is […]
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Louisville looks to return to repeat as National Champions this April. To do so, their conference play will be very key to where they are seeded come Selection Sunday. Currently, the Cardinals have a 12-2 record, 1-0 in the AAC after beating conference foe UCF. Senior leader Russ Smith is leading the Cards with 17.4 […]
Let’s get the Battle of the Bluegrass going Big Blue Nation, rivalry week is here! Over the next five days we need to expect plenty of Kentucky-Louisville breakdowns, predictions and bashings of the rival from all the local and national blogs/sites like us. I being the lead UK writer for KYSCO, enjoy the trash talk […]
The best rivalry in all of college sports in my eyes. With out a doubt the two most crazy fan bases, most passionate and the past two NCAA champions. Schools separated by just 60 miles, this is college basketball. With this being said folks, we are finally here. The Battle of the Bluegrass returns this […]
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