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Rick Pitino Played “Four White Guys And An Egyptian” To Avoid Running Up The Score In 87-26 Win

Louisville didn’t just manhandle poor Savannah State on Monday night. They blew them out of the building by a score of 87-26. The game was pretty much over at tip-off. Louisville opened the game on a 29-0 run and Savannah State did not score a single point until after 15 minutes and 58 seconds of Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rick Pitino played ‘four white guys and an Egyptian’ to not embarrass Savannah State

Louisville defeated Savannah State on Monday night in a game that looked like it featured a Division-1 NCAA team playing a local high school. The final score was 87-26. It took Savannah State nearly 16 minutes to score a single point, and Louisville led 41-7 going into halftime. It could have been worse. There was...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rick Pitino on Louisville's blowout: 'We played four white guys and an Egyptian'

Louisville started last night's game against Savannah State with a 29-0 run, led 41-7 at halftime and ended up winning, 87-26. After the game, Cardinals coach Rick Pitino explained that he did whatever he could to make things easier for the Tigers. "I don't like to see any team struggle like that," Pitino said. "I really don't. I tried everything. We played four white guys and an...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Video: Rick Pitino Recaps His Team’s 61-Point Win

Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals got their fourth win of the season on Monday evening, crushing the Savannah State Tigers 87-26. When you win by 61-points, there’s not a whole lot you can take from the game. Pitino said that this will likely be the first time since he’s been at Louisville that he won’t watch the game film. He also says that he genuinely felt bad for...
Via The Cardinal Connect
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Louisville 87 – Savannah State 26: Cards Cruise By 61

Photo: Jamie Rhodes – USA Today The 19,514 fans that showed up to the KFC Yum! Center on Monday evening left without seeing much entertainment as Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals pummeled Savannah State, 87-26. Where do we start? I don’t think there has ever been a game where there was less to take from. Louisville was just a much better basketball team and that showed...
Via The Cardinal Connect
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Basketball Held Savannah State To 7 Points In The First Half, Tigers Are 2-Of-26 From The Field

Rick Pitino’s Louisville program is known for its smothering pressure defense, and it is on a whole different level tonight against Savannah State. Louisville outscored the Tigers 41-7 in the first half. It is not that uncommon for a power program to keep a team to 30 or 40 points in a game, but single digits in a half? That is impressive.   As a team, Louisville has six blocks...
Via College Spun
1 day ago  |  Discuss

The NCAA Will Provide An Update On Shaqquan Aaron At Some-Point Next Week

Photo: Pete Cautilli Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals will play their fourth game of the 2014-15 season tonight when they take on the Savannah State Tigers at 7 PM. Unfortunately, Pitino is still without his top signee from the 2014 recruiting class. Freshman guard Shaqquan Aaaron has been practicing and traveling with the team, but has yet to be academically cleared by...
Via The Cardinal Connect
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Updated Depth Chart for Kentucky Wildcats vs. Louisville Cardinals

The depth chart is updated ahead of the Kentucky Wildcats’ showdown with the Louisville Cardinals this week. Climbing into the no. 1 spot at running back is junior Braylon Heard, while jojo Kemp remains at No. 4 at RB. Here is the full depth chart:   . Want to continue this Kentucky Wildcats discussion? Then […]
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Opens As 14-Point Favorites Over Kentucky

Andy Lyons | Getty Images Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals have opened up as 14-point favorites over the Kentucky Wildcats in Saturday’s annual battle for the Governor’s Cup. NEXT GAME – SATURDAY NOV. 29, 2014 Matchup Current Line/Total Time Kentucky 12:00 PM Louisville -14 Considering how each team has played in the last few weeks I don’t think this is all...
Via The Cardinal Connect
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Up To No. 23 In The Coaches Poll & No. 24 In The AP Poll

Jim Rogash – Getty Images After their road win against Notre Dame on Saturday, Bobby Petrino and the Louisville Cardinals have landed back in the top 25 of both major polls. Louisville is ranked at No. 24 in the AP Poll and No. 23 in the Coaches Poll AP Top 25 RK TEAM RECORD PTS 1 Florida State (37) 11-0 1458 2 Alabama (21) 10-1 1445 3 Oregon (2) 10-1 1393 4 Mississippi State...
Via The Cardinal Connect
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Kentucky Wildcats vs. Louisville Cardinals gametime and TV info finalized

The Kentucky at Louisville football game on November 29 has been assigned a noon kickoff and will be televised on ESPN2, per UK Athletics’ Tony Neely. The Cardinals held off Notre Dame in South Bend in a 31-28 win this week while UK was on their bye week. Kentucky leads the all-time series 14-12. Louisville […]
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
3 days ago  |  Discuss

At the wire, Louisville turns Notre Dame away

A vitural red sea of University of Louisville fans descend upon South Bend on a cold drizzling day in November 2014. A cold drizzly day, gray skies, temperatures in the mid-forties, wet and slippery conditions for an historic football game. A school, a football program and a fan base ready to take the next step. Momentum swinging back and forth during the game, moods bouncing wildly...
Via Louisville Card Game
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jones, Rozier in command, Louisville rips Marshall

Once upon a time a team with Marshall’s talent would have given the University of Louisville basketball team all it could handle, especially with Montrezl Harrell and Wayne Blackshear sidelined for long stretches because of fouls. Chris Jones and Terry Rozier are in command this night, and they’re not going to tolerate any comebacks, keeping constant pressure on the Marshall...
Via Louisville Card Game
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Test Your Louisville Basketball Knowledge With Our Weekly Quiz (11/21)

Think you know all there is to know about Louisville Cardinals basketball? Let’s find out. Take our weekly 10-question quiz and see how your fandom compares to that of other Louisville fans around the globe.
Via College Spun
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville Cardinals vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish: Betting Odds

Betting odds for the Louisville Cardinals and Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Via Gamedayr
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Louisville Cardinals Game Preview and Prediction

Louisville and Notre Dame both enter Week 13 at 7-3, and each program still has plenty left at stake despite sporting a three-loss resume. The...
Via Athlon Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville gets football foe that has eluded UK

While some fans of school in Lexington may be ready to relegate their football program back to its dusty spot on the shelf, already having morphed into basketball mode, followers of the University of Louisville are preparing for one of the most symbolic football games in school history. UofL and Notre Dame will meet for the first time ever in football Saturday at South Bend, ushering...
Via Louisville Card Game
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell throws down a monster alley-oop

In the battle of the Pitino’s last night, it was Louisville that came out the victory 81-68. Check out this alley-oop that Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell finished off (Harris also finished with 30 points on 9 of 12 shooting and 9 of 10 from the charity stripe). Montrezl Harrell is starting off the regular season with a bang » http://t.co/yT8pJZ3B3h #ArmedForcesClassic on ESPN...
Via The Student Section
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Louisville over MInnesota at Pitino family reunion

ESPN got its wish again, this time pitting Rick Pitino against his son Richard on the opening night of the 2014-15 college basketball team, with the University of Louisville prevailing over Minnesota 81-68 in the Armed Forces Classic in Puerto Rico. The elder Pitino happy with the win, but disappointed that his son’s team lost its season opener. “I would rather have not played...
Via Louisville Card Game
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Deceased Louisville Cheerleader Died In Football Player’s Apartment

Deceased Louisville Cardinals cheerleader Dani Cogswell has been confirmed to have died in a football player's apartment over the summer.
Via Gamedayr
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Gardner Thanks Fans For Reaching Out After News That He Would Miss Rest Of Season

Earlier today, we learned the unfortunate news that Louisville quarterback Will Gardner would miss the remainder of the season. To his credit, Gardner seems to be keeping his head up, and took to Twitter today to thank his fans for their support. I would like to thank everyone that has reached out to me, it really means a lot and God has a plan for everything!! — Will Gardner...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Adidas Announces Coast Guard-Themed Louisville Basketball Uniforms For Armed Forces Classic

Louisville opens its basketball season in Borinquen, Puerto Rico, when it faces Minnesota in the Armed Forces Classic. Not only will this game pit Rick Pitino’s team against his son Richard’s Gophers, but the Cardinals will be wearing some pretty sweet threads as well. With today being Veteran’s Day, adidas appropriately announced that Louisville would be wearing “Coast...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Louisville QB Will Gardner Will Miss The Rest Of The Season With Knee Injury

This season has been up-and-down for Louisville sophomore quarterback Will Gardner. The Cardinals starter has played well when healthy, throwing for 1,669 yards and 12 touchdowns to just three interceptions. However, injuries have plagued Gardner this season, and now he is being shut down for the year due to a knee injury, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy. Louisville QB Will...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Patrick McSweeney plays for Bellarmine against Louisville; Another reason why sports are awesome

Sometimes the sports that we love play the role of a platform. And when they do so, we move the spotlight away from the ball and instead focus on something of much greater importance. And that is exactly what happened on Sunday afternoon at the KFC Yum! Center. The story of Sunday’s exhibition between Louisville and Bellmarine was Patrick McSweeney. A 15-year old boy that has spent...
Via StraitPinkie.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss
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