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Full Game: Louisville vs Wake Forest in 1996 Sweet 16

The result wasn’t what we wanted for the Cards, but here is the full game of the 1996 Sweet 16 matchup between Louisville and Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons won the game 60-59 and were led by Tim Duncan’s 27 points and 13 rebounds. For Louisville, Samaki Walker led the way in scoring with 16 points.

Time/TV Set for Saturday’s Game vs St. Louis

The Louisville Cardinals will take on the St. Louis Billikens on Saturday afternoon. Tip-off will be at approximately 2:45 pm ET and it will be on CBS.

Fans Respond: Your Reaction to the Cards’ Tournament Draw

AP Photo/Michael Conroy

AP Photo/Michael Conroy

We asked, and you responded. Heading into Selection Sunday, it seemed pretty clear that Louisville would get a 2 or 3 seed. Some analysts even said they could be a 1 seed based on the eye test. A 4 seed was not talked about very much, but that is what happened. They are also in the same region as Wichita State, Kentucky, Duke, and Michigan. So we asked what you thought, and here is what you said…

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Time and TV set for Louisville’s Game Thursday

Rick Pitino 2

The 4th seeded Louisville Cardinals will face off against the 13th seeded Manahttan Jaspers on Thursday night. The game will tip at approximately 9:50 pm and it will be shown on TNT. Here are the times and channels for the rest of the first round. And yes it is still the first round to me, not the “round of 64.”


We find out the tip times for Saturday at the end of Thursday and Sunday at the end of Friday. Fans will also be able to access the games through NCAA March Madness on Demand. NCAA March Madness on Demand will provide live streaming video of every game of the new 68-team tournament as they are broadcast by CBS Sports and Turner Sports.

All times ET, with the second window of each game slated for 30 minutes after the scheduled conclusion of the first game. So those start times are approximate.

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Vote: What Seed Should Louisville Get in the NCAA Tournament?

Ok so the question here is what seed SHOULD Louisville get on Sunday? Not what you think they WILL get, because that can be based on what media people are projecting. This is just your opinion. What SHOULD they get? And if your answer isn’t on this poll, then you shouldn’t be voting anyway.

No. 17 Louisville Men’s Soccer Opens NCAA Tourney Tonight Vs Denver


LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The No. 17 Louisville men’s soccer team will open the 2013 NCAA Championship with a first round matchup against the University of Denver on Tonight at 7 p.m., ET at Cardinal Park. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students/youth and can be purchased through the U of L Ticket Office at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. Tickets are also available by calling (502) 852-5151 or online here. Live video of the Cardinals and Pioneers will be available free of charge at and, while live scoring will be provided through the Gametracker feature on the Louisville men’s soccer schedule page at

The Cardinals enter the 2013 NCAA Championship at 11-4-3 overall after winning the American Athletic Conference regular season championship. In its last outing, Louisville was eliminated in the quarterfinal round of the American Conference Championship on Nov. 9 with a 1-0 loss to Rutgers. Denver enters the NCAA Championship at 13-3-3 overall after sweeping the Summit League regular season and tournament titles to earn an automatic bid. The winner of the Louisville-Denver game will advance to a second round matchup against No. 11 seed Michigan State on Sunday at 1 p.m., ET in East Lansing, Mich.

(For UofL’s NCAA Tournament History click tab for more.

Go Cards!

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Baseball: Louisville Regional Schedule

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The CARDS are set to face Bowling Green in the first game of the NCAA Baseball Regional at Jim Patterson Stadium this Friday at 6pm.

NCAA Baseball Louisville Regional Schedule

Friday, May 31 | (ESPN3)
Game 1: No. 2 Miami (Fla.) vs. No. 3 Oklahoma State – 2 p.m.
Game 2: No. 1 Louisville vs. No. 4 Bowling Green – 6 p.m.

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Pregame Pep Rally in Indianapolis!

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Cardinal Pregame Event and Pep Rally


Time: 4:00 – 6:45 PM Location: Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, Regency Ballroom, One South Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN Join fellow alumni and fans on Friday, March 29 at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis for a pregame party and pep rally when the Overall #1 seeded Louisville Cardinals take on the Oregon Ducks. Joey Wagner will emcee and the UofL Pep Band, Cheerleaders, Lady Birds and Louie the Cardinal will make appearances. The NCAA games will be shown in the room during the event. Tickets are $27 per person in advance and $30 at the door. Includes pregame meal. Cash Bar. Register online or call 800-813-8635 or 502-852-6186.

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CSZ bracket challenge updated standings!

March Madness

Heading into the Sweet 16, here are the standings in the CSZ bracket challenge!

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Indianapolis Region: Fact Sheet


2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional


For just the fourth time, Indianapolis will host an NCAA Men’s Basketball Regional. The event features two “Sweet 16” games on Friday, with the two winners meeting Sunday in the “Elite Eight.” The winner of that game advances to the NCAA Men’s Final Four in Atlanta.

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Oregon Ducks: meet the starters

Oregon Ducks – Starting Five

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UofL Baseball makes NCAA Tournament

Before Coach Dan McDonnell took over as head coach of the Cards, UofL Baseball had made the NCAA Tournament only 1 time in its history. Since McDonnell arrived, the Cards have now made the tournament 5 times in 6 seasons, and he has a record of 256-126 in those 6 seasons.

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Layup Lines: UofL vs Florida


We are just a few hours away from tip-off, and the excitement is evident amongst Cards fans. A win over Florida, and UofL advances to the Final Four! We are so close that we can feel it. However, it will not be easy.

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Cards advance to Elite Eight!


As soon as the brackets were announced on Selection Sunday, Cards fans realized that we could possibly face Michigan State. This was a big deal because when UofL was the overall #1 seed in 2008-2009, it was the Spartans that eliminated the Cards. Sure, California and Morehead State have eliminated UofL the last 2 seasons, but the Michigan State one stuck out more, because that was supposed to be our year. We won the Big East regular season, the Big East Tournament, and were primed for a Final Four run. Last night, it was time for revenge…

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Cards get 4th seed in the West

Let the madness begin! This evening, the brackets were revealed for the NCAA Tournament. The Louisville Cardinals (26-9) were given the 4 seed in the West Region. They will face the 13 seed Davidson Wildcats (25-7).

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Layup Lines: UofL at Cincinnati


With 4 regular season games remaining for the Cards, every game in important in the Big East race. After starting out 2-4 in the conference, it was hard to imagine that the 17th ranked Louisville Cardinals (21-6, 9-5) would be in a position to possibly get a double-bye in the Big East Tournament. The next step is a tough road game tonight against the rival Cincinnati Bearcats (19-8, 9-5).

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