One day after Louisville president James Ramsey announced a self-imposed ban from the NCAA tournament for the men's basketball team, head coach Rick Pitino spoke out against the entire system. Following Louisville's 79-47 victory over...Show More Summary
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
Louisville’s men’s basketball program will announce a self-imposed NCAA Tournament ban for this season, according to multiple reports. The ban is likely a result of the alleged prostitution scandal that broke in October. Missing the...Show More Summary
Xavier, Oklahoma, Kansas and Iowa are No. 1 seeds in the latest projection.
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 President of the University of Louisville announced a one-year NCAA tournament ban for its basketball team. The ban flows fromthe institution’s own internal investigation of allegations that the team paid escorts and strippers to help land recruits. Louisville Coach Rick Pitino said after watching players hug and cry together, he [...]
As we reach the halfway point of conference play, we take a look at which teams, players, and coaches we should buy and sell. This is our latest stock watch. Buy: Vanderbilt Making the NCAA Tournament. The Commodores’ resounding winShow More Summary
Louisville’s basketball team will miss this year’s NCAA Tournament, even though the team is currently projected to be a 4-seed this March. That is because the university has imposed a The post Louisville Imposes 1-Year Post-Season Ban Over Escort Scandal appeared first on SLAMonline.
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...
Louisville will announce a self-imposed one-year NCAA tournament ban at a news conference Friday afternoon, multiple sources have told the Louisville Courier-Journal. Before the Courier-Journal story was published, the school announced Friday that it would hold a news conference on Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. EST “to deliver a very important message to the University […]
The Cardinals will reportedly announce a postseason ban on Friday following the allegations made by escort Katrina Powell. Louisville is set to announce a self-imposed postseason ban at a Friday afternoon press conference as the result...Show More Summary
Congrats to Utah for committing the worst foul of the year. The Oregon State-Utah game on Thursday night was huge for both teams. Utah seems to be in good shape to grab an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, but a few slip ups late in the Pac-12 season could have their position in jeopardy. Show More Summary
Since the first jump ball of the season rose from their hands, the 1,000 or so referees who work men's Division I college basketball games have been trying to turn heads and earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament
Charles Barkley is maybe the best and most entertaining analyst in sports. But when it comes to the NCAA Tournament, he doesn’t quite have the same punch or knowledge about the players. Just last year he was praising a Kansas player...Show More Summary
Vanderbilt hopped back on the NCAA Tournament bubble by knocking off No. 8 Texas A&M 77-60 Thursday night.
Wichita State has won seven NCAA Tournament games in the past three seasons, and seems to be good enough to win six this season. Still, the Shockers aren't quite a lock to make the big dance at all. In a season defined by uncertainty...Show More Summary
With the start of the NCAA tournament less than six weeks away, the contenders for the 2016 national championship are beginning to come into focus. However, teams outside the group acknowledged as the cream of the crop could make an impact in a season that features a lot of good teams but no great teams. Show More Summary
Once the trendiest of the 20 or so teams labeled in the preseason as legitimate candidates to reach the 2016 Final Four, California might be lucky to get into the First Four if Tyrone Wallace doesn't come back from a broken hand ASAP...Show More Summary
The Musketeers are keeping their strong NCAA tournament profile together.