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“The Little Things Count”

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image“The little things is what counts” as I heard girlfriend after girlfriend utter these words and reiterate to me it’s the things people don’t see that matter the most. The kisses on the cheek, the little surprises, and the constant reminder she’s my one and only. Monday night, as the confetti fell, champagne bottles overflowed […]

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Big Blue Nation Shows Its True Colors, Card Nation Not Off The Hook

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UK burn shirtWhile most of the UK fan base, better known as “Big Blue Nation”, are law abiding citizens that celebrate wins responsibly, there are a select few who just don’t know where to draw the line. Emergency crews put out at least 80 fires in the late Saturday night and early Sunday morning hours due to […]

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Louisville’s Road To Dallas Is Filled With Potholes

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Shockers nytimesThere are no easy games in the madness we call the NCAA Tournament however, higher ranked teams are supposed to be rewarded with what appears on paper to be, “easier” games. There’s several reasons why it’s called March Madness and there is plenty of madness stirring around the city of Louisville after they were, ahem… […]

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AAC Finals, Cards Go For Third Win Over Huskies

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aacAnd then there were two! The No.2 seed Louisville Cardinals (28-5, 15-3) will face the No.4 seed Connecticut Huskies (26-7, 12-6) for the inaugural AAC Tournament Championship today at 6:00 PM EST at the FedEx Forum in Memphis. Both teams are very familiar with each other after facing each other twice this season with the […]

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Notes and Observations: Louisville Tames the Cougars

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aac tournamentJust one day after totally embarrassing Rutgers, 92-31, the Louisville Cardinals (28-5, 15-3) were back in action facing stiffer competition in Houston (17-16, 8-10). Well, actually I should say the Cougars are probably a little bit better of a team than Rutgers but the competition wasn’t really much stiffer as the Cards rolled to a […]

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Louisville vs. Rutgers: Preview and Prediction

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aac tournamentThe No.5 Louisville Cardinals (26-5, 15-3) tip off their first ever AAC Tournament game today at 3:00 PM EST at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, where they lost a heart breaker, 72-66, just 12 days ago. That game of course was against the Memphis Tigers, not Rutgers, who they play today. The No.7 seed Scarlet […]

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