Found January 21, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
College Gameday was at Pittsburgh because the Louisville Cardinals are coming to town to try and take down the Panthers. The College Gameday signs did not disappoint where a sign where a sign read “JAY BILAS THE TRILLEST”. This has to be one of the best signs ever shown on television. They also showed pictures of Jay Bilas’ iPod bumping Young Jeezy for the crowd. Jay Bilas definitely is the trillest announcer.

College Gameday Signs: ‘Jay Bilas The Trillest’

This may be the best College Basketball Gameday sign of all time. A picture of ESPN’s sports personality Jay Bilas looking like a gangster with a sign that reads “JAY BILAS THE TRILLEST”. Two bored girls sat in the background with a sign that read “The losing stops now.” It may be time to get you some caffeine or amphetamines to wake you up for all of the college basketball...

Video: Jay Bilas Talks Pitt

Jay Bilas had a couple of interesting takes on Pitt's 2011-12 season, the bizarre departure of Khem Birch, and how Pitt's struggles are more than just the loss of one player.

Pitt, No. 23 Louisville looking to salvage seasons

Three months ago, No. 23 Louisville's trip to Pittsburgh looked like a pivotal showdown between perennial Big East powers. Instead, it's battle for survival. A year after winning the conference regular season title, Pitt (11-8, 0-6 Big East) has lost seven straight and is languishing in last place. The Panthers have struggled without point guard Tray Woodall, who could...

Bellamy & Kessling Will Play In Battle Of Florida All Star Game

Louisville seniors Josh Bellamy and Ryan Kessling will play in this weekend’s annual ‘Battle of Florida’ all star game. The Battle of Florida is an all-star football matchup for NFL draft-eligible collegiate players with ties to the state of Florida. It pits coaches Bobby Bowden vs. Howard Schnellenberger. Bellamy and Kessling will play for the North team, coached by Bowden...

Rare College Basketball Gameday Sign: Jay Bilas Edition

Turns out all those 6 am rap tweets are finally paying off for Jay Bilas. Turning him from "The Wingspan" guy to "The Trillest" guy. Glad to see college basketball is finally picking on their ESPN anchors like their college football brethren have conquered. Remember though, NO HOLDS BARRED. [@TravisHouser]

Calipari stings Pitino, UL again

Calipari has dealt another blow to Louisville coach Rick Pitino. This blow comes on the recruiting trail, and is more than just another loss for Rick Pitino and the Cardinals.

Recap: Pitino & Russ Smith Presser

–Kyle Kuric listed as a game time decision for tomorrow. He has not practiced in a while, Pitino says. –Prior to Kuric’s injury, Pitino planned on moving him to the 4-spot and going with a smaller lineup. –Pittsburgh has been playing really well as of late, despite being 0-6 in league play. –Pitino says Tray Woodall will make his return tomorrow and is one of the premier...

Blackshear still hurting, not practicing

Rick Pitino continues trying to be outwardly optimistic at his pre-game press conferences these days despite receiving a daily dose of bad news from trainer Fred Hina.“The attitude of his team is off the charts, they work their butts off, and they don’t get discouraged,” he said. “This will help them win games. I don’t which games they will be, but wins will come.”But...

Peyton Siva there when dad needed him

In need of some positive vibes about University of Louisville basketball? Look no further than Peyton Siva, courtesy of CBS Sports:Click here to view the video on YouTube.

Kuric Leads No. 23 Louisville Past Pittsburgh, 73-62

Kyle Kuric scored 21 points in his return from an ankle injury to lead No. 23 Louisville to a 73-62 victory over struggling Pittsburgh on Saturday night.

No. 19 Georgetown women come up short against No. 18 Louisville

The energy level was high on Sunday afternoon in McDonough Arena when the No. 18 Louisville Cardinals (16-4, 5-2) defeated No. 19 Georgetown (15-5, 4-3) 64-61. Georgetown's top scorer Sugar Rodgers led the first half's back-and-forth play with 10 points followed by Louisville's senior guard Becky Burke who put up ...

M. Basketball. Pittsburgh Falls to No. 23 Louisville, 73-62

Kyle Kuric scored 21 points in his return from an ankle injury to lead No. 23 Louisville to a 73-62 victory over struggling Pittsburgh on Saturday night.

GameDay Crew Offers Take On Pitt-Louisville

To someone who might not be a fan of either Pitt or Louisville, there might be a concern of whether or not Saturday's broadcast will draw viewers of a matchup between the 11th and 16th place teams in the Big East. Rece Davis and Jay Bilas offer their take on how Saturday's game is still one that everyone should watch.

No. 23 Louisville drops Pittsburgh 73-62

Kyle Kuric scored 21 points in his return from an ankle injury to lead No. 23 Louisville to a 73-62 victory over struggling Pittsburgh on Saturday night.
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