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Dude, Rick Pitino is super pissed about Louisville’s second-round matchup. Why didn’t we know that?
Proving once again that people prefer to be with the bad guy who rides a motorcycle and cheats on us rather than the nice dude with a good job who is maybe just a bit too into Enya, Louisville is getting back together with Bobby Petrino. Why?
Just 220 days after the devastating leg injury that called into question his ability to step on the basketball court again, Kevin Ware stepped on the basketball court again.
Louisville Beat FIU So Bad That They Changed The Rules Of Football To Get The Game Over As Fast As Humanly Possible
With 18 minutes left in the game, Louisville head coach Charlie Strong decided enough was enough, so he awkwardly asked FIU coach Ron Turner if, ya know, we can just let the clock run continuously so that this ends faster.
He’s not back yet. But it’s a start.
The Daily Yam: This Vicious Montrezl Harrell Alley-Oop Was The Best Part Of A Roller Coaster First Half
Welcome to The Daily Yam, SportsGrid’s newest feature, bringing you the top play from the night before, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you’ve missed last night’s action, and/or have forgotten what day it is. Today, we celebrate the yam that was Montrezl Harrell grabbing the ball 12 feet out of the air and throwing it down on Michigan.
If you thought a heavily bearded George Mason transfer who had to sit out last year and comes off the bench would post 42 points over two games and win the Most Outstanding Player award, get over here and collect your prize. Luke Hancock shot out of his mind last night, including 5-5 from three, to help Louisville outgun Michigan 82-76 last night.