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The offseason emergence from Louisville sophomore forward Montrezl Harrell is something I’ve never seen before. Despite only playing 16 minutes per game as a true freshman, Harrell has been named a Preseason Second Team All American by USA Today and is projected to be a lottery pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.
Although areas of his game are still a little raw, given his unbelievable athleticism and tireless energy, Harrell projects well to the NBA. Although he’s only listed at 6-foot-6 without shoes on, his 7-foot-3 wing-span and 8-foot-11 standing reach make Harrell a huge threat around the rim.
The folks at DraftExpress.com name Harrell the top NBA prospect in the American Athletic Conference. They put together an awesome preseason scouting video. Watching this should only make you more excited about what is to come this season.
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With Chane Behanan being indefinitely suspended from the Louisville men’s basketball program and no longer living in Minardi Hall with his teammates, many have wondered what exactly he’s up to while trying to earn his way back on the team.
I’m unsure of what exactly Behanan’s new day-to-day routine consists of, but apparently he’s been spending some time at Starbucks...
With college basketball right around the corner, teams continue to come out with new looks for the upcoming season. The Louisville Cardinals aren’t radically changing their uniforms for 2013-14 (that we know of yet, at least), but the Cards will be sporting a nice new jersey patch. The defending national champs unveiled a special logo celebrating the school’s 100th basketball...
This Kevin Ware pumpkin is one of 500 featured along a quarter-mile trail as a part of the Louisville Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular.
The recruiting gurus at Scout.com released their updated rankings for the 2014 recruiting classes on Wednesday morning. Louisville’s 2014 class came in at No. 7 in the updated rankings.
The staff currently has commitments from four-star combo guard Shaqquan Aaron, four-star power forward Jaylen Johnson from Ypsilanti, MI., and Chinanu Onuaku, a four-star center from Upper Marlboro...
If you missed Wednesday’s edition of Inside The Press Box, here is the podcast. Click here to listen from your mobile device. On today’s show briefly talked more about the the Clint Hurtt situation and his comments on being reinstated. However, most of the show was spent discussing how Louisville can perform as a team if Chane Behanan doesn’t return.
After a weekend of pure carnage across the college football landscape it didn't feel right to hit you with our normal analysis and give one team a dose of Monday Medicine, so we're trying something different today: all Monday Medicine, all day. Every single Top 25 team that went down this weekend is coming to the pharmacy and leaving with a bag of orange bottles, then we...
In the two press conferences that he’s had since losing to Central Florida on Friday, Louisville head coach Charlie Strong has been very complementary of George O’Leary’s team. However, although he’s give credit to the Knights for giving his team their first loss, Coach Strong has also maintained that the Cards simply gave the game away.
“It’s hard to move on,” Strong...
Whatever minuscule chance Louisville ever had at qualifying for the 2014 BCS National Championship Game was all but vanquished when the Cardinals lost to unranked UCF this past Friday, 38-35. But according to Louisville coach Charlie Strong, the team never had a shot in the first place because of its weak schedule. Via The Courier-Journal‘s Steve Jones:
Charlie Strong on BCS standings...
Here is Rick Pitino’s full comments from today’s Louisville basketball tip-off luncheon. Video courtesy of Courier-Journal.com.
More than two years after opening their investigation into the University of Miami, the NCAA finally released their sanctions on Tuesday morning.
Miami’s football program will not receive a bowl ban but will lose nine scholarships. Various reports this morning say that the NCAA has levied a two-year show-cause penalty against Louisville defensive line coach Clint Hurtt, who previously...
University of Louisville running back Dominique Brown accounted for a career best 129 yards of offense in the Cardinals 38-35 loss to UCF on Friday night.
University of Louisville senior defensive lineman Brandon Dunn talks about the loss to Central Florida and how the Cardinals' defense is ready to move on. U of L plays Saturday at South Florida.