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All posts tagged "scrimmage"
- First look at the 2015-16 men’s basketball team
The University of Louisville tipped off the first of their Red-White Intrasquad scrimmages on Oct. 3. In a change from the past, teams and the score reset during halftime. Sophomore forward Jaylen Johnson was the most active,...
- Posted October 4, 2015
- Annual Red v. White scrimmage held
By Annie Moore The University of Louisville held its annual Red and White Scrimmage April 11 to showcase the team’s preparation in the spring. The offense, headlined by quarterback Will Gardner, and the defense led by veterans...
- Posted April 14, 2014
- Final red-white scrimmage
By Michelle Lewis The University of Louisville Men’s Basketball Team played their third and final public Red-White scrimmage on November 19. The afternoon started with Pitino joking that there is some animosity in the locker room because...
- Posted October 21, 2013
- Second Red-White basketball scrimmage
By Sam Draut The University of Louisville men’s basketball team held their second intra-squad scrimmage on Saturday at the KFC YUM! Center. The Red team defeated the White team 70-65. The Red team was led by...
- Posted October 14, 2013
- column: Red dominates in second scrimmage of the season
By Andrew Haddad– Saturday night’s red-white scrimmage wasn’t about trying to keep a tight game. Rick Pitino wanted to see how badly the red team could outrun, outgun and outplay the white team. Judging by the outcome...
- Posted October 25, 2011