Louisville looks to complete the rare sweep in winning a championship in both men’s and women’s basketball.
Ben Howland and Tubby Smith were recognized in CBS’ traditional “One Shining Moment” montage to recap the NCAA Tournament, but it wasn’t the kind of recognition they probably
One of the nicest moments of the NCAA Tournament was when Kevin Ware cut down the nets following Louisville’s 82-76 win over Michigan in the national championship game Monday.
Rick Pitino freaked out when he heard fireworks (aka confetti cannons) after Louisville beat Michigan 82-76 to win the national championship game.
Rick Pitino was looking rather, umm, pale, during the national championship game Monday, and the Internet took notice.
Montrezl Harris punctuated Louisville’s amazing comeback at the end of the first half of the national championship game Monday with a thunderous dunk.
Louisville may have done Kevin Ware wrong by attempting to profit off his broken leg while he couldn’t get a cut of the proceeds, and it looks like the sophomore guard got them back (intentiona
Chris Webber ended all the suspense.