Louisville beat UMKC 99-47 to improve to 8-1 on the season. Russ Smith had a career high 31 points.
The Roos don’t have a standout scorer and will have to get busy on the boards to stand a chance against the Cards Saturday.
Louisville beats College of Charleston 80-38 in their first true road game of the season.
With Wiedeman out the Cougars will look to Lawrence and Baru to carry the load against the Cards.
Siva, Behanan and Smith led the way for the Cards.
The Cards are back from Atlantis and open the month of December at home against the Illinois State Redbirds. On Saturday, December 1 the Cards and Redbirds will tip at 1:07 p.m. ET. Illinois State represents the same Missouri Valley Conference that Atlantis opponent UNI does and has the same 5-1 record as the Cards [...]
Gorgui Dieng has a broken scaphoid bone in his left wrist and is due to see a hand specialist on Monday. It looks like he is out 4-6 weeks but no official word.
Saturday night’s Battle 4 Atlantis Championship will not only feature two top-5 teams in the country, #2 Louisville and #5 Duke, but will also feature two of the most successful coaches in the country, UofL’s Rick Pitino and Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski. While Coach K is viewed by many as the epitome of college basketball, (932 [...]
The Cards and Blue Devils are set to face off in the Battle 4 Atlantis Championship game Saturday night at 9:30 ET. The #5 Blue Devils advanced to the championship game by knocking off Minnesota and Virginia Commonwealth in the quarterfinals and semifinals respectively. The coaching matchup in this game is fantastic and we all [...]
Louisville beats Missouri 84-61 behind a strong performance from Russ Smith and Luke Hancock. The Cardinals are set to play #5 Duke tomorrow night, in the young seasons first top 5 matchup.
Tim Fuller is in his second season with Missouri after spending the 2010-11 season with Pitino and the Cards.
The Tigers will be the Cards’ first opponent ranked in the Top 20 this season.
Russ Smith led the way for the Cards with 16 points.
The Panthers stand in the Cards way in the opener in the Bahamas.
The ACC is looking for one more team, either Uconn or Louisville. Louisville seems like the obvious choice…right?
The Redhawks are an experienced team led by new head coach, John Cooper.
Pitino is looking for the Cards to rebound much better.