Found March 02, 2013 on College Spun:
It isn’t quite Selfie Sunday yet, but Peyton Siva and the Louisville Cardinals just couldn’t wait. After a big win on the road defeating No. 12 Syracuse, the Louisville team decided to take a group selfie to put on Instagram: Photo by PeyPeySiva via Instagram Seems like it was all in good fun to me, but some may view this as little bit of gloating. But Siva himself said he was just really proud of his team’s effort: Either way, it was a huge win for Louisville.

Rick Pitino to player: Wake the #@!* up!

Syracuse and Louisville are locked in a tight battle late at the Carrier Dome – things are tense. Rick Pitino, after an offensive foul call on the Cardinals, got a little animated.  We can’t tell if he’s yelling at Russ Smith or Gorgui Dieng, but either way, he’s not happy. Something about getting out of bed after a long slumber, maybe.

Rick Pitino Deeply Misses Having A Three Point Threat

The Louisville Cardinals have made just 158 three point field goals this season. 279 division one college basketball teams have made more three’s than Louisville this year. Had you told me ten years ago that one of Rick Pitino’s teams would be one of the worst teams in the country in the three point department, I’d think you were insane. The man who had previously used the...

Louisville 58 – Syracuse 53: Cards Finally Win A Close One

It wasn’t pretty for the entire 40-minutes on Saturday afternoon, but all in all, it’s hard not to be impressed with Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals. For the first time in conference play, Louisville went on the road and won a close game against a good team. Louisville had been playing well in the last few weeks and showing some improvement offensively. However, the...

Louisville 58 – Syracuse 53: Post Game Notes

Behind Russ Smith’s 18 points and Gorgui Deing’s 14 rebounds the Cards beat 12th ranked Syracuse for their fifth straight victory. Louisville struggled shooting the ball finishing 36% from field goal range, 34.8% from 3pt range and an abysmal 58.3% from the free throw line. Luke Hancock provided four three-point shots on five attempts at what almost seemed to be choreographed...

Hancock’s turn as Louisville downs Syracuse

If the tide was going to turn in favor of Syracuse, it was going to happen when James Southerland hit the three-point shot at the 9:21 mark. He was getting warmed up, making four three-pointers in the second half, or so it seemed. The 31,173 fans at the Carrier Dome felt it, University of Louisville fans had a sinking sensation with Syracuse claiming a 38-36 lead. Twenty seconds...

Louisville coach Rick Pitino tells a player to ‘Wake the f@#$ up!’

Rick Pitino really wanted his Louisville Cardinals players to 'wake the f*** up' against Syracuse on Saturday.

Russ Smith Previews Syracuse

Russ Smith spoke to the media yesterday afternoon previewing Louisville’s game against Syracuse. The always entertaining Russ Smith didn’t disappoint at yesterday’s presser. Video courtesy of Mark Blankenbaker of The post Russ Smith Previews Syracuse appeared first on The Cardinal Connect.

Hancock 'toughs it out,' leads the Cardinals

Junior guard Luke Hancock had the biggest moment of his career at the University of Louisville on Saturday, shooting the Cardinals past host Syracuse. Hancock hit four three-pointers, including the go-ahead bucket in the final minute, and made several key defensive plays in U of L’s 58-53 win in the Carrier Dome.

The Last Time Louisville Won At Syracuse

Louisville hasn’t won a game at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse since 2010. Let’s go back in time and relive the feeling that we’ll all experience tomorrow. Rakeem Buckles and Samardo Samuels throwing down dunk. Mike Marra and Jared Swopshire raining three’s. Why did I forget that all of this had ever occurred? You can’t convince me that Mike Marra wouldn’t have made an...

Rick Pitino would like Louisville to 'Wake the F*ck up'

"Wake the **** up," Rick Pitino, today during Louisville / Syracuse. That's what she said. No. 10 Louisville beats No. 12 Syracuse 58-53 **Follow us on Twitter or Facebook. Subscribe, or... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Cards get revenge on the Orange

About a month and a half ago, Louisville didn’t close out a game against Syracuse in the Yum Center…this time was a different story.  The Cards went into the Carrier Dome and closed out a game in the last minute behind multiple big plays by Luke Hancock. I have always been the biggest critic of Luke Hancock but today I found myself hoping that he was on the floor over Wayne...

Hancock helps Cards shoot down Orange

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Junior Luke Hancock hit four three-pointers, including one to put Louisville in front for good, as the Cardinals went on the road and downed Syracuse 58-53 in a Big East game.

Charlie Strong Picks Up Second Commitment From The 2014 Class

Louisville Football’s Charlie Strong and staff have received their second verbal commitment for the class of 2014. Michael Johnson is a 6-3” 190lb Safety out of Hialiah Florida near Miami.  While Johnson is not currently ranked by any of the major recruiting services, he has been offered a scholarship by West Virginia, Nebraska and Central Florida. Obviously to have extended...

Phil Steele Thinks Louisville Football Is A Preseason Top 10 Team

College Football guru and ESPN Insider Phil Steele thinks that Charlie Strong’s Louisville Cardinals could be a surprise team on the national level in 2013. Steele expects Louisville to be a preseason top 10 team as well. The post Phil Steele Thinks Louisville Football Is A Preseason Top 10 Team appeared first on The Cardinal Connect.
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