Four-star safety Nilijah Ballew (Cincinnati, OH) took an official visit to Indiana this weekend. He was supposed to be visiting Louisville, but when the new coaching staff first contacted Ballew, they moved his visit date back to the weekend of January 31. So naturally, Ballew had to find other options just in case. It had just been learned that Daniel Gresham’s commitment would not be honored, so the smart thing was obviously to have a back-up plan.
So what did Ballew think of his visit with the Hoosiers? “I liked it enough to make it a toss up. I could possibly start right away at IU and it’s Big 10 football. I really enjoyed my visit and I’m deeply considering my other options.”
The 7th ranked Louisville Cardinals soccer team traveled to Bloomington tonight and defeated the defending NCAA National Champion Indiana Hoosiers by a whopping 3-0 score. Joachim Ball had a career high 7 saves en route to recording the 7th shutout of the season. The Cards have allowed only one goal in their last seven games. Zack Foxhoven scored a goal and had an assist as did Marlon Hairston. Junior Daniel Keller added the other goal. The Cards are now 9-2-1 on the season and with this win Louisville claims the overall series lead at 4-3-1. The Cards are on an eight game undefeated streak and return home to host AAC rival and Co-favorite Connecticut on Saturday at 7 p.m., ET at Cardinal Park.
According to this article from the IndyStar, the Louisville Cardinals will finally face the Indiana Hoosiers again in basketball in the 2014-15 season! It will be apart of the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden on December 9, 2014! They have not played each other since the 2002-2003 season.
The article does note that there is a contract for this game, but until ESPN finalizes the game, it is premature to call it official. This is still way more progress than we have seen before, so it should be very exciting if it happens!
The IU Tailgate Tour made its stop at Huber’s on Wednesday evening. That is their version of our Cardinal Caravan. Tom Crean was there, and was asked by WHAS 11′s Adam Lefkoe about the chances of renewing the rivalry between the Cards and Hoosiers on the court. Here is what Crean had to say…