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Luke Hancock To Participate In Three-Point Contest

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hancock111Louisville Cardinals fans can watch Luke Hancock put three to the dome one last time. He will be participating in the State Farm 3-point contest Thursday in Dallas. The event starts at 9pm EST and will air on ESPN and will be held in Moody Coliseum on SMU’s campus. Hancock scored 15 points and went […]

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Steve Masiello frontrunner for USF job?

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steve masielloMasiello frontrunner For USF Job? According to the Tampa Bay Times Steve Masiello is believed to be a candidate for the Head Coaching Vacancy at the University of South Florida.  Stan Heath was fired on March 14th and one of the financial supporters of the USF athletic program is Chris Sullivan, the co-founder of Outback […]

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Louisville vs. Kentucky Sweet 16 Game Time Announced

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BYU v Kansas StateThe Louisville Cardinals will play the Kentucky Wildcats in the Sweet 16 Friday at approximately 9:45pm on CBS. It will be a long day folks. I would suggest a nap or two, maybe eat an early dinner so you don’t cramp during the game. I would also suggest staying off of social media sites, but […]

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Dan Dakich Says Louisville Is The Best Team Going Into The Tournament

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dandakichESPN commentator Dan Dakich has really liked Louisville’s play all year and he is holding on to his love for the Cardinals heading into the NCAA Tournament. Dan Dakich repeats what he said a few weeks ago: “I think #UofL is the best team in the country going into the tournament.” — Jeff Greer (@jeffgreer_cj) […]

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Louisville Cardinals Leave AAC Tournament With The Nets Up

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(AP Photo)If you followed the Louisville Cardinals last year through the Big East Tournament championship and then through their National Championship run they never cut down the nets until beating Michigan in the championship. Why? They had unfinished business. This year’s team seems to have that same mentality. They still have some things they want to […]

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Louisville 11th, Kentucky Out In ESPN’s Power Rankings

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espnESPN released their updated college basketball power rankings Tuesday. Kentucky fell completely out of the top 25 after losing to Arkansas and South Carolina last week. They play Alabama on the road Tuesday night. Louisville fell from 8th to 11th after losing to Memphis on the road. The Cards will take on SMU in Texas […]

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Egyptian Big Man Anas Osama Mahmoud Commits To Louisville

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anasAccording to Jody Demling, 7’1″ Egyptian center Anas Osama Mahmoud has committed to the Louisville Cardinals. He is a 2014 recruit that is considered a 3-star prospect by Rivals.com. He is listed at 210 lbs.. Anas Osama Mahmoud, a 7-foot-1 Egyptian, has committed to Louisville per his guardian. — Jody Demling (@jdemling) March 3, 2014 […]

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Cards pluck the Owls, not their beards in 88-66 win

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Russ Smith usatodayOwls are considered some of the smartest birds in the animal kingdom but the ones from Temple were unable to figure out the high-flying moves of the Cardinals Thursday night in Louisville. Kentucky’s state bird flew supreme and looked to be the birds of prey in the 88-66 win. Just like the first meeting between […]

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