The final 2014 ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll was released last night. The pollsters tabbed the Louisville Cardinals as the number three team in America. Last week the Cards were number five before reeling off three straight to win the AAC Conference tournament. Down the road, Kentucky moved back into the poll as the 22nd best […]
Russ Smith averaged 25.7 points per game in the American Athletic Conference tournament, which earned him the right to be named the tournaments most outstanding player. He also had a total of 11 assists and eight steals in the three games. Memphis native Chris Jones and sophomore sensation Montrezl Harrell were named to the All-Tournament […]
Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals talked to the media after another blowout in the AAC Tournament. Russ Smith scored 42, so there was lots to talk to him about.
Videos via TheCrunchZone.com, Jody Demling and the Courier-Journal.
College basketball’s other major poll, the Coaches Poll has been released. The voters tabbed Louisville 8th after being ranked 10th last week. The Cards knocked off UCF convincingly while playing to a sloppy win over Rutgers. This week they wii.l host rival Memphis followed by Southern Methodist. 60 miles east, Kentucky remained idle in the […]
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Just remember Louisville will never play in the AAC again. On that note Wednesday the American Athletic Conference announced their post-season awards and All-Conference teams. Teddy Bridgewater was named to the All-Second Team. That’s right, not only is the conference a joke but so are their awards. The sack master himself, Marcus Smith, was named […]
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