All posts tagged "louisville"

  • Football flips the switch to close the 2017 regular season

    By Dalton Ray —  Football’s end to the 2016 season ended as worse as possible: Huge loss on a national stage against Houston, close loss to rival Kentucky at home and shut down by LSU in the...

    • Posted November 25, 2017
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  • U of L officially cut ties to men’s basketball assistant coach Kenny Johnson

    By Dalton Ray — Louisville has announced they have parted ways with men’s basketball associate head coach Kenny Johnson. Johnson, placed on administrative leave on Oct. 6, spent three years with the program. In a statement released...

    • Posted November 22, 2017
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  • Brian Bowen will not play for Louisville

    By Dalton Ray — Men’s basketball five-star freshman Brian Bowen has been informed by the university that he will not be able to practice with or compete for the men’s basketball program. Bowen will be allowed to...

    • Posted November 22, 2017
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  • Strong second half pushes men’s basketball past SIU

    By Weston Payne — Nineteenth-ranked men’s basketball defeated Southern Illinois 84-42 with 55 points coming in the second half. The Cardinals shot 31 percent in the first half, leading to a 28-19 halftime lead. Acting coach David...

    • Posted November 21, 2017
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  • Have we seen the last of Lamar Jackson at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium?

    By Dalton Ray —  As one of college football’s most electrifying players since the turn of the century, football’s Lamar Jackson has enamored Cardinal fans for three years. Louisville played their final home game of 2017 against...

    • Posted November 20, 2017
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  • Shutting out NC State, volleyball stays tied for ACC’s top spot

    By Dalton Ray — Entering the match in a three-way tie for the ACC’s first place, volleyball slayed NC State 3-0 to secure the conference poll. Louisville, North Carolina State and Pittsburgh started the day with 14-2...

    • Posted November 17, 2017
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  • Ray Spalding hopes to reach his potential as a junior

    By Taylor Webster — Few players have a higher ceiling than men’s basketball junior forward Ray Spalding. An athletic 6-foot-10, Spalding is the prototypical rim protector. With the hype building around his stock, Spalding can’t just focus...

    • Posted November 17, 2017
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  • Students want a say in real estate deals

    By Joseph Lyell — At Nov. 7’s SGA meeting, a resolution was passed detailing grievances against the foundation and the university. The document petitions the president of the university, and the chair of the foundation to consult...

    • Posted November 14, 2017
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  • Hines-Allen and Durr swell expectations for women’s basketball

    By Dalton Ray — Another year, another preseason ranking. Starting the season in the Top 25 is a reoccurring theme for women’s basketball coach Jeff Walz as his squad starts 2017-18 at No. 9.  Entering his 11th...

    • Posted November 13, 2017
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  • Men’s basketball must learn on the fly in 2017-18

    By Dalton Ray — On the court, men’s basketball starts this season similar to ones in the past: ranked in the Top 25, an established starting five and talented bench. Off the court, No. 16 Louisville is...

    • Posted November 13, 2017
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