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Kyle Kuric speaks to Louisville fans

Kyle Kuric has been through quite a lot over the last few weeks. The former Louisville guard underwent surgery two weeks ago to remove a tumor from his brain after complaining about constant headaches. During the Cardinals’ game against North Florida, Kuric spoke to everyone in attendance at the KFC Yum! Center via the video board. Show More Summary

Louisville F Deng Adel sidelined with knee injury

Louisville freshman forward Deng Adel sprained his knee in practice on Friday and will be sidelined for the immediate future. Cardinals coach Rick Pitino made the announcement tonight, which was reported by Raphielle Johnson of NBC Sports’ College Basketball Talk. Adel will undergo an MRI in the near future to determine the severity of his sprain. Show More Summary

Louisville Basketball: early season numbers

Even with the NCAA breathing down the Louisville basketball teams neck, they have taken care of business early in the season. All be it against mediocre competition, the Cardinals have looked solid with Damion Lee leading the way. Here...Show More Summary

Rick Pitino Addresses Expectations For 2015-16 Louisville, Says Growing Pains Will Be “Large”

It’s almost time to play basketball in Louisville, Ky.  With the alleged sex scandal clouding Louisville’s program this offseason, the Cardinals have surely been anxiously awaiting the 2015-16 season a little more than they usually would.  In...Show More Summary

Louisville signs King, Hughes to letters of intent

Louisville announces the signings of V.J. King, Frankie Hughes to the Cardinals' program        

Father Of Former Louisville Star Kyle Kuric Gives Update On Status After Brain Surgery

Last week, news broke that former Louisville Cardinals basketball star Kyle Kuric, who currently plays for CB Gran Canaria in Spain, was set to undergo surgery to remove a brain tumor. Kuric remains in critical condition after the surgery,...Show More Summary

Kyle Kuric Still In Critical Condition, But Showing Encouraging Signs

Former Louisville Cardinal Kyle Kuric underwent emergency brain surgery late last week after being diagnosed with with meningioma, a tumor or series of tumors surrounding the membranous layers around the central nervous system. Kuric’s surgery took place on Thursday, but as of Saturday morning his condition had worsened and he remained in critical condition. UofL announced on

Louisville Fan Gets Rick Pitino Tattoo Supporting Coach Amid Sex Scandal (Photo)

A Louisville basketball fan doesn’t care what anyone says: he’s standing by his coach. Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals are in the midst of a controversial investigation regarding their Division 1 basketball recruits in light...Show More Summary

Kyle Kuric To Have Emergency Surgery To Remove Brain Tumor

Since graduating from the University of Louisville in 2012, former Cardinal sharp-shooter Kyle Kuric has enjoyed a successful professional career overseas. Kuric is currently in his fourth professional season in Spain. He spent the first two years with Asefa Estudiantes and is in his second season with Gran Canaria. His current team shared some awful news on

Louisville Basketball Unranked In Preseason AP Poll For First Time In Five Years

The 2015-16 Associated Press Preseason College Basketball Top 25 Poll was released Monday afternoon. Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals didn’t make the cut. This is the first time since the 2010-11 season that the Cardinals will start the season unranked. This is just the fourth time in Pitino’s fifteen seasons at UofL that his team wasn’t ranked

Rick Pitino has Louisville AD’s support?

As the scandal surrounding the Louisville Cardinals men’s basketball program continues to unfold, head coach Rick Pitino can celebrate a small victory. Speaking to reporters at ACC Media Day, graduate transfer Trey Lewis said that AD...Show More Summary

Louisville vs. Wake Forest: Score, Highlights and Twitter Reaction

The Louisville Cardinals improved to 4-4 as they held off the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 20-19, on Friday night at BB&T Field in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The Cardinals improved their all-time record versus Wake Forest to 3-0 but more importantly kept their bowl hopes alive despite starting the season 0-3. Show More Summary

Subpoenas being issued in Louisville basketball scandal

According to a report from ESPN on Friday afternoon, grand jury supoenas are being issued in the Louisville Cardinals basketball scandal. The scandal hit when a book from former escort Katina Powell alleged sexual favors were provided...Show More Summary

Louisville’s Lewis: AD says Pitino ‘going to be our coach’

Louisville graduate transfer Trey Lewis says athletic director Tom Jurich has assured players that Hall of Famer Rick Pitino will remain the Cardinals coach amid escort allegations.

Video: Louisville’s Damion Lee Shows Off His Rapping Skills At ACC Media Day

Louisville’s men’s basketball program is in a bit of a state of disarray, with the alleged sex scandal forming a dark cloud over the Cardinals as they begin their 2015-16 season.  Rick Pitino’s student-athletes appear to be unfazed by it, though.  At ACC Media Day, Louisville’s Damion Lee and Trey Lewis were extremely loose. Show More Summary

Muhammad Ali wore Louisville gear supporting the Cardinals

Boxing legend and Louisville native Muhammad Ali has been very strong in his support of the Cardinals for years. On Thursday, Ali’s Twitter account sent out a message supporting embattled basketball coach Rick Pitino, whose program is currently going through an ugly scandal involving escorts. Show More Summary

303 lb Louisville DE returns fumble for touchdown, has Piesman moment

The big man rumbled 46 yards for a touchdown. This is 303 pound Louisville defensive end Sheldon Rankins. He doesn't touch the ball very much, but he took advantage of his chance and gave us a Piesman moment in the Cardinals game vs....Show More Summary

Sports Briefing | Basketball: Pitino to Skip Media Session

Louisville announced Friday that Coach Rick Pitino would skip next week’s Atlantic Coast Conference media session on the advice of lawyers because of allegations by the escort Katina Powell that the former Cardinals staffer Andre McGee hired dancers for sex parties.

Column: Slick Rick deserves to be benched during scandal

Column: While scandal unfolds at Louisville, Slick Rick should not be coaching the Cardinals        

Andre McGee Resigns as UMKC Assistant Amid Louisville Investigation

Andre McGee, the former Louisville graduate assistant coach who is a key figure in the alleged prostitution scandal facing the Cardinals basketball program, has left his job at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. According to's...Show More Summary

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