Louisville On The Road Again

One doesn’t go into hibernation after a loss, hiding the ratty head in the sand, believing everything is for naught. Losses occur, but one has to keep advancing. Learning from mistakes this University of Louisville basketball team. Syracuse, meanwhile, possibly afflicted with the not-taking-an-opponent-seriously virus,

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J-e-r-r-y, J-e-r-r-y

Jerry Smith back in the groove again after hitting four of seven three-point attempts against Rutgers? If so, he’s just in time for a grueling stretch run that includes UConn, Marquette, Georgetown, Notre Dame (and DePaul) and two games with No. 2-ranked Syracuse. But first

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Heady Stuff, A Win Over UConn

Just when one has filed a University of Louisville basketball player in the marginal to wasted category, Rick Pitino does his thing, getting inside the player’s head, pointing out the obvious, showing him ways to get better, making him a contributor. Yes, sometimes Pitino must

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Louisville Misses Finish Line

The pre-game motivational stuff from Rick Pitino, Terrence Williams, Andre McGee and company was enough to get their Louisville team sufficiently pumped for the first 15 minutes or so. Somewhere around that point, however, Jay Wright would do a little motivating of his own, collecting

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