Louisville coach Rick Pitino says he won't bring back injured Mangok Mathiang after a foot injury now that the No. 13 Cardinals are not playing in postseason following a self-imposed ban
Rick Pitino admitted Friday his future at Louisville is unclear in the wake of a messy scandal that prompted the Cardinals to enforce a self-imposed postseason ban stemming from a slew of rules violations that allegedly included providing...Show More Summary
A hard-fought 72-65 home win over the Louisville Cardinals on Monday marked the first time during the 2015-16 season that the Duke Blue Devils knocked off a ranked opponent. It's been that kind of year for the Blue Devils, who are defending...Show More Summary
In an interview with Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio, Katina Powell, co-author and the central figure of the book “Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen,” spoke of her time providing adult entertainment to the Louisville men’s basketball team. The majority of the 38-minute interview focuses on the allegations put forward in the book, […]
Coach Rick Pitino says he is still waiting to be interviewed by the NCAA about allegations by an escort that a former Cardinals staffer hired her and other dancers for sex parties at the team's dormitory
In the prime showdown of the college basketball world on Monday, the Duke Blue Devils topped No.13 Louisville 72-65. The Blue Devils, backed by home court advantage, used the heroics of forward Brandon Ingram to top the Cardinals. Ingram...Show More Summary
Grayson Allen doesn't appear to be especially sly. The Duke Blue Devils guard kicked his leg out after being knocked to the ground during Monday night's game against Louisville at Cameron Indoor Stadium, tripping Cardinals forward Raymond Spalding. Show More Summary
The Blue Devils used a defensive tweak to take care of business against the Cardinals.
The No. 13 Louisville Cardinals (19-4, 8-2 ACC ) begin their toughest stretch of the conference season to date on Monday at 7 p.m. ET as they visit the Duke Blue Devils (17-6, 6-4) at Cameron Indoor Stadium. This week's road trip to face Duke and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish was supposed to be a defining part of Louisville's season. Show More Summary
Louisville basketball has been in the news this weekend, and not for good reasons. Yesterday, the Cardinals instituted a one-year, self-imposed post-season ban for this season due to the alleged prostitution scandal involving the program. Since...Show More Summary
The Cardinals won't play in the postseason, so they have only a handful of games left.
Trey Lewis had 16 points and 10 Louisville players scored as the No. 19 Cardinals blow out Boston College 79-47
Louisville will be on the outside looking in at March Madness this spring, a view that doesn't sit well with Cardinals players and coach Rick Pitino
Louisville’s men’s basketball team will not play in the postseason this year. The Cardinals have self-imposed an ACC Tournament and NCAA Tournament ban as a result of the prostitution scandal. Rick Pitino told his players the news during...Show More Summary
The Louisville legend added his support after the Cardinals had their postseason hopes dashed Friday.
Damion Lee and Trey Lewis came to Louisville for one opportunity to reach the NCAA Tournament. The Cardinals' self-imposed postseason ban ensures they won't get there. Louisville will not play in the 2016 NCAA Tournament after the team has self-imposed a postseason ban because of the sex scandal that's surrounded the team for the past few months. Show More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals basketball team has self-imposed a postseason ban for the 2015-2016 season, according to a report. Sources told the Jeff Greer of the Louisville Courier-Journal that the team was told of the decision on Friday. Unlike some postseason bans, this one actually matters. Show More Summary
Embroiled in an alleged prostitution scandal, the University of Louisville has reportedly imposed a ban on postseason basketball games for the 18-4 Cardinals. Rick Pitino and his coaching staff told players they only had nine games left,...Show More Summary
The Louisville Cardinals shocked the college basketball world Friday by announcing to reporters a self-imposed ban that will keep them out of the 2016 NCAA tournament. Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports first reported the news and added moreShow More Summary
The Cardinals, ranked 19th in the nation, will not be part of the NCAA Tournament, or the ACC tournament, or any tournament at all: according to the Courier-Journal, Louisville is set to announce a self-imposed postseason ban amid an NCAA investigation into reports that the program plied recruits and players with strippers and prostitutes. Read more...