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6:50 am
Fri June 27, 2014

2 Kentucky Wildcats, Louisville Cardinals' Russ Smith Chosen in NBA Draft

Julius Randle
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Two Kentucky Wildcats, a Louisville Cardinals and an Indiana Hoosier were among the area college basketball players chosen Thursday night in the NBA Draft.

The Wildcats' Julius Randle was chosen seventh by the Los Angeles Lakers. His teammate James Young was chosen by the Boston Celtics with the 17th pick.

The AP reports:

Randle was the SEC's freshman of the year while helping the Wildcats to the NCAA championship game. He had 24 games with at least 10 points and 10 rebounds, the second-most by a freshman in Division I history.

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12:16 am
Mon June 2, 2014

NCAA Baseball: Cards Beat Cats, Advance to Super Regionals

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For the second straight year, the Louisville Cardinals are headed for the super regionals of the NCAA baseball championship.

U of L beat Kentucky 4-1 in a weather-delayed regional game Sunday night at Jim Patterson Stadium to advance to the next round. U of L is trying for its second consecutive College World Series appearance.

The Cards will host either Kennesaw State or Alabama next weekend in the best-of-three super regional round.

In the Bloomington regional, Indiana and Stanford will square off this afternoon in their final matchup.

Local News
12:29 am
Sat May 31, 2014

NCAA Baseball: Louisville Cards Win Regional Opener

In college baseball, the Louisville Cards defeated Kent State 5-0 Friday night in opening round play of the NCAA championship at U of L’s Jim Patterson Stadium.

The Cards will face Kansas today at 5:00pm in the double-elimination regional. The Jayhawks defeated Kentucky 10-6 in a weather-delayed opening game. UK and Kent State will face off in the elimination game at noon.

In Bloomington, the Indiana Hoosiers defeated Youngstown State and will take on Stanford today

Local News
5:20 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

U of L, UK and IU Open Play Friday in NCAA Baseball Championship

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The Louisville Cardinals,  Kentucky Wildcats and Indiana Hoosiers all beging play Friday  in the opening round of the NCAA baseball championship.        

The Cardinals and Wildcats are are playing in the Louisville regional at U of L’s Jim Patterson Stadium.

The Wildcats take on Kansas at 2:00pm, while the top-seeded Cardinals face Kent State at 6:00pm.

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5:45 pm
Thu March 13, 2014

College Basketball: Louisville Cardinals Roll Over Rutgers, 92-31

The Louisville Cards have easily advanced to the semifinals of the men’s American Athletic  Conference Tournament in Memphis.

U of L crushed Rutgers 92-31 today and will play Houston Friday evening at 7:00.   Chris Jones led the Cards with 18 points, but four others also scored in double figures.  

Houston upset SMU in their quarterfinal game.  

The Indiana Hoosiers have been eliminated from the men’s Big Ten Tournament.  IU lost to Illinois 64-54 this afternoon in first-round play.  

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9:59 pm
Mon March 10, 2014

College Basketball: Louisville Cardinals Fall in Women's AAC Tourney Final

The University of Louisville women’s basketball team fell short in their bid for an American Athletic Conference Tournament title Monday night. The third-ranked Cardinals lost to number one Connecticut 72-52 in the AAC championship game in Uncasvlle, Conn.

U of L players will now wait a week to find out when and where they’ll play in the NCAA Tournament. The pairings are set for the men’s AAC Tournament in Memphis. Louisville opens play Thursday afternoon against either Rutgers or South Florida.

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4:01 pm
Fri March 7, 2014

College Basketball: Senior Day at U of L; UK Visits Florida, IU at Michigan

U of L Senior Tim Henderson
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The University of Louisville men’s basketball team closes out the regular season tomorrow against Connecticut.

It’s the final home game for senior players Russ Smith, Luke Hancock, Stephan Van Treese and Tim Henderson.

Henderson, a Louisville native, earned his spot on the team as a walk-on, and was the hero of last year’s Final Four game against Wichita State, sinking two key three-pointers to lead the Cards to the championship game.

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4:14 pm
Fri December 13, 2013

College Basketball: UK at North Carolina; U of L Faces WKU; IU vs Irish

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College basketball action this weekend has the Kentucky Wildcats facing North Carolina.

With two losses this season, UK has dropped to 11th in the latest Associated Press poll.    The Tar Heels are 6-2 and ranked 18th, with victories over Louisville and Michigan State.

Saturday's tipoff at Chapel Hill is at 5:15pm.

The Louisville Cards take on Western Kentucky tomorrow  at the KFC Yum Center.

U of L coach Rick Pitino says he’s generally pleased with his players’ performance so far this season, but it’s difficult to evaluate a team in December.

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Local News
12:11 pm
Wed December 4, 2013

Find Out How UofL, UK and Others Spend on Athletics, Academics With New Knight Database

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The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics has gone live with a massive database on college athletics and academic spending. 

The database includes information on all the larger schools  in the region, including the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky.

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Local News
10:52 pm
Sat November 30, 2013

College Football: Tennessee Beats Kentucky, 27-14

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Joshua Dobbs threw two touchdown passes and ran 40 yards for another, and Tennessee broke a four-game losing streak with a 27-14 over rival Kentucky on Saturday night.

The Volunteers (5-7, 2-6 Southeastern Conference) bounced back from their heartbreaking last-minute loss to Vanderbilt by scoring first-half touchdowns on long plays en route to their first victory since upsetting South Carolina in October. Tennessee avoided its first eight-loss season in program history and improved to 76-24-9 against the Wildcats.

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