Posted March 29, 2012 on
Louisville's Peyton Siva, Chris Smith, Chane Behanan, Kyle Kuric and Gorgui Dieng met with the media in New Orleans Thursday to discuss Saturday's Final Four match up against Kentucky.
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When Louisville and Kentucky met earlier this season on New Year’s Eve, Cardinal senior Kyle Kuric didn’t exactly have his best game. In fact, it’s fair to argue that the 69-62 loss to Kentucky earlier this season may have been Kuric’s worst career performance. In 38 minutes of action, he finished with just 2 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assists, and 4 fouls. To make matters worse...
If Louisville is going win Saturday's Final Four 'Superdome Showdown' against Kentucky, Kyle Kuric will have to contribute more to the effort than he did in the Cardinals 69-62 loss to the Wildcats on December 31 in Rupp Arena.
Rick Pitino will probably never be seen wearing glasses court side, and certainly not wire rims. The University of Louisville basketball coach preferring the heavy dark plexi style, saves them exclusively for press conferences and other situations where he wants to be analytical, nostalgic or philosophical. The Clark Kent look suits him well when he’s not performing Superman-like...
Rick Pitino has Louisville focused on Saturday's Final Four showdown against Kentucky. InsideTheVille.com's notebook is jam-packed with news about the Cardinals Final Four preparations.
Peyton Siva grew up in Seattle, Wash., more than 2,000 miles from the crazed basketball passion that occupies the state of Kentucky. Until he played in the 2009 Derby Festival Classic All-Star game in Louisville's Freedom Hall, he had no clue regarding the extreme commitment that separates Louisville fans from Kentucky fans.
"Just seeing half (the crowd) red and half of...
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If you don’t already love Chane Behanan and Gorgui Dieng, watch this video and I am sure you will change your mind. Video credits go to our man Adam Lefkoe of WHAS11 who has been covering the Cardinals over the past few weeks during their miraculous run. Gorgui Dieng might be my favorite player of all time. I’m not purpin either.
Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals landed a commitment from a long and athletic defensive end out of Georgia Thursday morning.
Via @Kristin_WallsThe Kentucky Wildcats and Louisville Cardinals are about to match up in one of the most important games in this bitter rivalry. We’ve all heard the story about how a Cardinal fan and Wildcat fan got into a fight at a dialysis center.This scene was more about state pride as the twin spires lit up the night.
Jacarthy Mack, a promising 6'3 linebacker from King H.S. in Lithonia, Ga., verbally committed to Louisville on Wednesday, choosing Charlie Strong's program over offers from South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Rutgers, Wake Forest and ECU.
(With AP Photos.) Before Chane Behanan could carry Louisville to the Final Four, he had to put down some other baggage.
A McDonald's All-American coming out of high school, the 6-foot-7 freshman forward from Cincinnati started his career with consecutive double-doubles, a first in Cardinals' history. After a win over Memphis on Dec. 17 that ran the team's record to 10...
Peyton Siva (Louisville)/ Marquis Teague (Kentucky) – Siva is playing the best basketball of his career right now. He is playing like a true point guard. In the tournament Siva is averaging 9 points and 7 assists. He is the leader in assists in the tournament. His only problem is he has fouled out of 2 games. Teague struggled early in the season but now...
Kentucky coach John Calipari says that he “loved” Louisville freshman forward Chane Behanan when he was trying to recruit him.
Of all the major sports, basketball is the one game that can be truly dominated by one player. Star players tend to shine a little more in the NBA and in NCAA Basketball because of this fact. As we prepare for the Final Four this weekend, it’s time to take a look at some of the top players on Kentucky, Louisville, Kansas and Ohio State to see who will take control of their game...