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March 2014

Russ Smith Makes A Pair Of All-American Teams

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Russ Smith cut netRuss Smith made the Wooden Award All-American team and the AP All-American first team Monday. The Louisville great got 54 votes for the AP team. According to GoCards.com, Smith along with coach Rick Pitino are invited to Los Angeles for the Wooden Award Gala on April 10-12. That could be the greatest trip ever. That […]

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Las Vegas Loving Kentucky’s Odds To Win Championship A Lot More

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cal ukAs an eight seed Las Vegas did not have very much hope for the Kentucky Wildcats. After beating Louisville Friday night the odds went up a whole lot more. Now that they are heading into the Final Four against Wisconsin Vegas now is giving them 5/2 odds. The No.1 Florida Gators are still highly favored, […]

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Orlando Antigua Takes USF Head Coaching Job

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orlandoKentucky Wildcats assistant Orlando Antigua has taken the South Florida head coaching job Monday. Antigua will stay with the Wildcats as they get ready to play Wisconsin in the Final Four. He will be introduced as the new coach Tuesday in the Sun Dome Arena in Tampa. He is taking the position after Stan Heath […]

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Peyton Siva Loses Bet With Josh Harrellson, Wears Kentucky Shirt

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siva ukThe rivalry between Kentucky and Louisville is real. Detroit Pistons teammates Peyton Siva and Josh Harrellson had a bet, the loser had to wear either a Louisville shirt or Kentucky shirt. Peyton Siva lost. Who is waiting to see my teammate @PeypeySiva3 in some KENTUCKY gear? — Josh Harrellson (@BigJorts55) March 31, 2014     […]

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Rick Pitino’s Post-Season Press Conference (Video)

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Rick Pitino’s Post-Season Press Conference (Video)Rick Pitino spoke with the media Monday after a very exciting season, although with a rough loss in the Sweet 16. Pitino talked about the season and about the future. He had a lot of nice things to say about Kentucky. He said he has laughed more the past three years than he ever has […]

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Aaron Harrison’s Game-Winner Over Michigan (Video)

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Aaron Harrison’s Game-Winner Over Michigan (Video)Tied up with five seconds left and Aaron Harrison came up clutch and sent the Kentucky Wildcats to the Final Four. The will now get ready for Wisconsin. Harrison apparently got his coaches paid, this Dead Spin article says that shot made the coaching staff and Kentucky AD more than 330,000 dollars. John Calipari makes […]

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Petrino On Scrimmage, “I thought it was very physical on both sides of the ball.”

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UofL vs. FIU 305The Louisville Cardinals conducted their first major scrimmage of the spring this past Saturday and while there are still several areas that need improvement, head coach Bobby Petrino was pleased overall after watching his team run nearly 140 plays in full pads. “I thought we got a lot done today,” said Petrino. “I was happy […]

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John Calipari And Players Talk Before Michigan Game

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John Calipari And Players Talk Before Michigan GameJohn Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats talked to the media just hours after beating Louisville Friday night. The Wildcats will play Michigan in the Elite Eight Sunday night at 5:05pm on CBS. Cal and the player’s talked more about the Louisville game, about the Fab Five and a little update on Willie Cauley-Steins’ injury.   […]

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Michal Cekovsky Is A Prospect Who Could Fill Louisville’s 2014-15 Roster

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Michal Cekovsky Is A Prospect Who Could Fill Lousville’s 2014-15 RosterAs Louisville’s 2013-14 season ended Friday night in an epic battle against Kentucky the questions now turn to next season. It was announced Saturday afternoon that Kevin Ware will be transferring, which leaves another scholarship open for the 2014-15 roster. It will be a completely different team for Pitino and the Cards as they head […]

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Kevin Ware To Transfer From The Louisville Cardinals

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wareAccording to Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com, Louisville Cardinals guard Kevin Ware is transferring. This does not come as a huge surprise, he has not been seen on the bench during games for several weeks. Ware will be known for his gruesome  leg injury against Duke  in last year’s Elite Eight. It was an injury that […]

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