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Harrell lacks supporting cast in loss to Notre Dame

Post from: Destiny may still find a way for the University of Louisville to be the number four seed in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament next week. If so, that would be a significant accomplishment for a team with so many inconsistencies and glaring weaknesses. The shortcomings were so obvious in a 71-59 loss to Notre Dame, a game attended by more than 21,000 fans despite...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Another Day, Another Monster Dunk by Lousiville's Montrezl Harrell

Florida State had to know it was going to have it's hands full when Lousiville came to town Saturday. It certainly looked like it when the Cardinals got out to an early 10-0 lead over the home team, but what really set the tone was when Montrezl Harrell threw down a monster alley-oop slam to make it 8-0.Louisville went on to win 81-59. Read more »
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Montrezl Harrell Violated FSU’s Robbie Berwick on Heavy Duty Alley-Oop

Louisville forward Montrezl Harrell is a 6’8″, 240-pound powerful man with a reputation for throwing basketballs into the face of humans. Florida State guard Robbie Berwick is none of those things and the entire college basketball world was reminded of that on Saturday. During the Cardinals’ visit to Tallahassee, Harrell had a clear lane to Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Montrezl Harrell throws down monster alley-oop

Florida State, hosting a gold out, has gotten off to a rough start against Louisville Saturday, surrendering the game’s first 10 points. One of the Cardinals’ five buckets was a bit more emphatic than the rest, however. Louisville star big man Montrezl Harrell took an alley-oop from Quentin Snider and slammed it home midway through the first half. Via Chad Carson of 247 Sports...
Via College Spun
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Rick Pitino Questions Miami’s Handling Of Potentially-Concussed Player Who Montrezl Harrell Hit With Ball

Following his team’s two-point victory against Miami Saturday afternoon, Louisville coach Rick Pitino expressed some concern for the way the Hurricanes handled a potentially-concussed player.  In the first half of the contest, Cardinals’ senior forward Montrezl Harrell threw the basketball at the face of Miami center Tonye Jekiri. Harrell was given a Flagrant 1 after referees...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Louisville's Montrezl Harrell Launches Ball Into Miami C Tonye Jekiri's Face

Sometimes during the thrill of a competition players have been known to do things that they probably didn't mean to do. If they are lucky what they do will not hurt the team, themselves or anyone else. However, when you have a brain fart during a game something is bound to happen like it did during Saturday's Louisville-Miami game when Montrezl Harrell had a bit of a brain fart...
Via FatManWriting
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Montrezl Harrell gets Flagrant 1 for throwing ball at opponent

You don’t see this every day. Louisville forward Montrezl Harrell was called for a Flagrant 1 foul after he threw the ball off of Miami center Tonye Jekiri’s face following a loose ball scrum late in the first half of their matchup Saturday afternoon. Harrell pleaded with the referees that he wasn’t sure whether he was inbounds when he was landing, but they didn’t seem to...
Via College Spun
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Basketball: Three takeaways from the loss against North Carolina State

Jim Boeheim Stagnation was abundant at the KFC Yum! Center yesterday. The crowd was deflated much of the contest and the Cardinal offense was erratic, at best. Entering a relatively easy six-game stretch, Rick Pitino and the boys knew they couldn’t falter if they wanted to stay on track for a top two NCAA Tournament seed. Between Pittsburgh, NC State, Syracuse, Miami, Georgia...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Vine: Montrezl Harrell Catches Another Nasty Alley-Oop Dunk

No. 9 Louisville lost at No. 3 Virginia tonight, 52-47. In the losing effort, Cards junior forward Montrezl Harrell recorded another highlight-reel dunk, something that is becoming a weekly occurrence for him. It happened with about a minute and a half left. Harrell blocked a shot by UVa’s Anton Gill and immediately filled the fast-break lane down the right sideline. Cards guard...
Via College Spun
26 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Montrezl Harrell ejected for throwing punch

Tempers flared late in the first half of Saturday’s game between Louisville and Western Kentucky, resulting in one player getting ejected. After a missed shot, there was a scramble to gain possession of the ball, which led to a scum on the floor. While on the ground, Louisville forward Montrezl Harrell had the ball wrestled...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 20, 2014  |  Discuss

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