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Montrezl Harrell scored 20 points and Chris Jones added 19, leading seventh-ranked Louisville to a 113-74 rout of Louisiana at the KFC Yum! Center.
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BENTON, Ky. - As the University of Kentucky basketball team seeks to round out its 2014 recruiting class, a junior has emerged as one of the Wildcats' top options.
Among the myriad bowl games that swarm the schedule before the biggest clashes featuring the nation's best teams are contested, there are several standout features that should tide fans over.
Montreazl Harrell scored 20 points to lead six players in double figures and No.
Louisiana-Lafayette's basketball team just came in the restaurant and couldn't figure out the revolving door.
Entering the game at 6-2, Louisiana Lafayette will be just the third team ranked in Ken Pomeroy's top 100 that the Cardinals have faced this season.
The University of Louisville women's volleyball team is undefeated at home this season.
Teddy Bridgewater made several great escapes to help No. 19 Louisville get to overtime, and Dominique Brown's 2-yard run gave the Cardinals a 31-24 victory over Cincinnati on Thursday night.
But after pulling the plug on the school's Heisman campaign - and taking out a rather large insurance policy on himself - the junior QB's chances for taking home the award given to the best player in college football took another significant hit after a stunning 38-35 loss to Central Florida in October.
Antonita Slaughter will miss the rest of her senior season because of a blood clot in her lungs, U of L coach Jeff Walz announced during a press conference Friday afternoon.
The University of Louisville football team officially has accepted a bid to the 2013 Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, Fla., the Cardinals' fourth bowl game in as many years.
With a pretty high degree of certainty, I can say that there has never been a Louisville football season attached to a greater variety of adjectives than this one.
GOING ON. WE'LL TALK ABOUT THAT FORECAST COMING UP. THE ODDS WERE STACKED IN UCF'S FAVOR TO MAKE THEIR FIRST EVER APPEARANCE AND WE WEREN'T SURPRISED TO KNOW FOR SURE UNTIL THIS WEEKEND.
Michael Craig made quite a splash last week on ESPN. The Southern Miss forward was featured on national television twice within a seven-day span, imposing his will on would-be defenders.
The medical staff rushed out to the field moments after referees signaled touchdown and 35,097 roared over the quarterback willing his team to their first lead.
By CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY Associated Press The United States' first elected black governor, Doug Wilder, recalled a personal connection.