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Charlie Strong briefly spoke to the media following Louisville’s 20-23 triple overtime loss to UConn. Coach Strong says it’s important that the team maintain their confidence as they head into the final week of the regular season. Video courtesy of Mark Blankenbaker of CardsandCats.com
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A rough November for Louisville still can end positively for the slumping Cardinals.
A victory at first-place Rutgers (9-2, 5-1) on Thursday night would not only snap a two-game losing streak, but give Louisville (9-2, 4-2) the Big East championship and the conference's berth in the Orange Bowl. The Cardinals hold all the tiebreakers: so a win and they're in.
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Despite fracturing his wrist on Saturday against UConn, Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is expected to play on Thursday as the Cards travel to Piscataway, N.J. to take on Rutgers for the Big East Championship.
Charlie Strong shared the unfortunate news with Drew Deener of WKRD radio following Saturday’s game. Bridgewater’s fractured wrist is on his non-throwing arm....
Louisville's seniors have a simple reason for wanting to win Saturday's home finale over Connecticut.
It hasn't been done in a while.
A victory would be the seniors' first in three tries under coach Charlie Strong. The No. 19 Cardinals (9-1, 4-1 Big East) can also achieve double-digit victories for the fourth time in school history, all since 2001.
Louisville senior center Gorgui Dieng is out indefinitely after he broke his left wrist during a game against Missouri on Friday.
Dieng fell while taking a charge during the No. 2 Cardinals' 84-61 victory in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas. He returned with a taped wrist and played 22 more minutes but missed Saturday's 76-71 loss to No....
Louisville has announced that center Gorgui Dieng will miss four to six weeks with a broken left wrist.
Dieng will have a screw inserted into his scaphold bone Tuesday at the Kleinert Kutz Hand Center. The 6-foot-11 junior broke his wrist on Friday against Missouri.
Cardinals coach Rick Pitino said in a statement Monday that ''with a little luck'' Dieng will return...
The race for the Big East championship is about as confusing as the future of the beleaguered BCS conference. With just a week remaining in the season — and maybe not much more for a conference that is being poached again — the Big East is on the verge of a four-way tie. In a watered down league, no team wanted to step up and take control. Not Charlie Strong’s Louisville...
Few negative ramifications for the University of Louisville basketball team from a 76-71 loss to Duke in the fifth game of the season. A learning experience that could reap multiple dividends as the season progresses.
No reason to hate Duke, that’s silly. Duke, as usual, has a team of exceptional players that will rarely beat themselves.
U of L, on the other hand, was making so...
Louisville SID Kenny Klein sent out a press release late on Sunday evening with some very unfortunate news. Center Gorgui Dieng had an x-ray this afternoon when the team returned from the Bahamas that revealed a broken wrist.
An x-ray taken at Jewish Hospital when the Cardinals returned from the Bahamas on Sunday night revealed a broken scaphoid bone in his left wrist. His prognosis...
Gorgui Dieng has a broken wrist and will miss an undermined amount of playing time.
Gorgui Dieng (Photo by Menefee Seay)
An x-ray taken at Jewish Hospital Sunday night revealed a broken scaphoid bone in his left wrist. His prognosis will be updated after further examination from a hand specialist on Monday.
Dieng fell while taking a charge early in the first half of the University...
The University of Louisville men's basketball team forced 23 turnovers and Luke Hancock scored 19 points to lead the way in an 84-61 win over No. 13 Missouri in the Battle 4 Atlantis semifinals.
University of Louisville starting center Gorgui Dieng will be sidelined an undetermined amount of time with a broken wrist. Dieng, who missed Saturday’s game against Duke, had an X-Ray on Sunday the school announced.
The second-ranked University of Louisville men's basketball team played without center Gorgui Dieng and lost its first game of the season, a 76-71 decision to Duke in the Battle 4 Atlantis final.
Luke Hancock scored 19 points and Russ Smith had 18 points and
six steals and No. 2 Louisville looked more like itself with an
84-61 victory over No. 13 Missouri on Friday night in the
semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis.