Saturday was already set to become one of the most special days of Louisville senior Taraneh Momeni’s life.
Earlier this week, high school hoops standout Anthony Bennett irked many in Big Blue Nation when he eliminated Kentucky from his list of prospective schools.
Despite losing center Fab Melo for the entire 2012 NCAA Tournament, Syracuse was still able to pull off an impressive run.
Larry Brown isn’t playing around when it comes to this SMU job.
When Terrence Jones barreled into a Louisville cheerleader during the Final Four a few weeks ago, he left her teary-eyed and with a cut on her head that required stitches.
Larry Brown has officially accepted the head coaching job at SMU, and the 71-year-old coach says he’s most excited about returning to teach young kids.
You know how Terrence Jones knows he has finally made it? Not because he is projected to go in the top 15 picks of the 2012 NBA Draft.
Now that Kentucky’s starting five has bolted for the NBA, the Wildcats will look to rely on the production of incoming freshman and top high school recruit Nerlens Noel as they try to defend the