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Four-seeds square off with the victor heading to the national championship versus the Louisville Cardinals. Stay close to the action inside.
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Kevin Ware will be on the bench when the Louisville Cardinals take on Wichita State in the 2013 NCAA Final Four.
There is a chance that the college basketball world can see something happen that does not happen very often and has not occurred since 2004--have the men's and women's champion come from the same school.
The Louisville Men earned the right to take on the Michigan Wolverines in Monday's final after beating Wichita State 72-68. The Women will play for their's...
In anticipation of top-ranked Louisville's Final Four showdown against Wichita State, we've put together a cheerleaders gallery. Enjoy.
MINNEAPOLIS The University of Minnesota pulled out all the stops to welcome the school's new men's basketball coach. The pep band, cheerleaders, fans and even Goldy Gopher all showed up as Richard Pitino was introduced at Williams Arena.It was a big moment for the Minnesota program, but an even bigger moment for the 30-year-old Pitino."I'm extremely excited about...
Peyton Siva warms up in Louisville's controversial 'Ri5e to the Occasion' Kevin Ware tribute shirt for the Final Four.
How much will Louisville miss Kevin Ware? That's just one of
several questions facing Cards.
ATLANTA – Tim Henderson didn’t have many options coming out of high school. He opted to walk-on at the University of Louisville and on Saturday night became a hometown hero. Henderson hit two three-pointers in the second half to help rally the Cardinals to a 72-68 victory over Wichita State in the Final Four.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Playing hunches does not get a coach into the Hall of Fame. It certainly didn't get Rick Pitino to the threshold.
Looking after every detail does. So does recruiting NBA-caliber talent, then slotting those players into a system, conditioning and teaching them and, finally, making them believe that winning is the by-product...
Louisville’s Kevin Ware presented the Letterman Top 10 on Thursday night, and the young man did so quite well. It is amazing to see Kevin be in such good spirits following a potentially career-threatening injury. Great stuff.
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Got to give the guys at the Courier=Journal credit. They have been on top of the University of Louisville’s basketball teams journeys to the Final Fours. Evidence this video of a young Russ Smith dribbling exhibition:
The Orange and the Wolverines made it interesting in the Georgia Dome, with the Wolverines scraping away at the 2-3 zone to head to the title game with the Louisville Cardinals. More inside.
TV The Louisville guard went on the Late Show to poke some fun at his gruesome injury.