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Cool Hand Luke Hancock Bails Out Louisville…Again


While You Were Working: The Sky Is Still Falling At Rutgers


Rutgers University President Robert L. Barchi addressed the media Friday afternoon on the fallout from the Mike Rice tape. Some are calling for his job.


Five Things We Learned Heading Into The Final Four


After a season defined by inconsistency and an unspecified “best” team, is there any real shock that this is the foursome — Louisville, Michigan, Syracuse and Wichita State — headed to Atlanta to duke it out for the nation

Louisville’s Russ Smith and Peyton Siva Are Best Guard Duo In Final Four


Kevin Ware only scored three points in the box score against Duke, but he was on everyone’s mind and his name was uttered in every prayer. With 6:41 left in the first half, Ware suffered one of the most gruesome injuries in the history of c

Midwest Region Preview: There Will Be Blood


Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Louisville may have been awarded the No. 1 overall seed over top-ranked Gonzaga after surviving the big East gauntlet, but the Selection Com

Half Court Press: Bracketology Beef


Selection Sunday brings on an interesting question every year: What exactly does the selection committee evaluate and how does the bracket get put together?

This year's

Full Court Press: Victor Oladipo Came Up And Stayed Up


Magic Johnson went out on a limb when describing Victor Oladipo earlier this season.

Working as a color analyst for the 6´5 Indiana guard's game against Michigan State, Johnson, one of the all-

Full Court Press: Coach K No Longer Captain America


It’s easy to forget that just five years ago, United States basketball was struggling, stung from its bronze finishes at the 2004 Olympics and 2006 FIBA World Championships and wondering if the world had finally caught up.

Full Court Press: No Love Lost Between Burke and Craft


In this AAU-diluted college basketball world, Aaron Craft and Trey Burke offer the best individual rivalry in recent memory.

Of course, the fact that there’s apparently

Louisville Is Eatin’ At The Grown Folks Table Now


Sure, Louisville dropped a Big East nail biter to Syracuse over the weekend (and to 'Nova last night), but it would behoove you to disregard that quickly. What you need to know, is that the grass hasn’t been this green in the Bluegrass