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I Told You kentucky Would Still Be Ranked But It’s Not Why You Think…..

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That is the closest you will ever see me get to putting up anything with the word kentucky when referencing the basketball team. I despise them with all that I am but I also won’t sit here and slander them. Unlike some in this city, I really am not cut like that. (Sorry Charlie) I got on Twitter this morning and tried to tell the uk fan friends I had not to worry and the UL fan friends I had not to gloat because uk would still be in the Top 25 today and they would sit at 25:

There’s proof. But you say…Jeremy you hate uk, why would you say that? It’s just this simple. There are only about 23-25 quality teams in the country this year and everyone else lost also this week. The gap between 26 and 27 is huge. Almost as big as the gap between 5 and 6 in the AAC. Don’t believe me, here are the stats for the lowest ranked team in the country every week this season:

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Coaches Top 25 Poll (Feb 24)

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RANK TEAM RECORD POINTS FIRST PLACE VOTES PREVIOUS RANK
1 Florida 25-2 791 24 2
Gators
2 Wichita State 29-0 771 8 3
Shockers
3 Arizona 25-2 727 0 4
Wildcats
4 Louisville 23-4 660 0 5
Cardinals
5 Syracuse 25-2 625 0 1
Orange
6 Kansas 21-6 619 0 8
Jayhawks
7 Duke 22-6 594 0 6
Blue   Devils
8 Saint Louis 25-2 563 0 10
Billikens
9 Villanova 24-3 538 0 11
Wildcats
10 Creighton 23-4 514 0 12
Bluejays
11 Virginia 23-5 480 0 13
Cavaliers
12 Cincinnati 24-4 460 0 9
Bearcats
13 San Diego State 23-3 452 0 7
Aztecs
14 Wisconsin 22-5 358 0 18
Badgers
15 Kentucky 21-6 343 0 16
Wildcats
16 Michigan 19-7 315 0 20
Wolverines
17 Iowa St. 21-5 291 0 19
Cyclones
18 Michigan State 22-6 275 0 14
Spartans
19 Iowa 19-7 229 0 15
Hawkeyes
20 Ohio State 22-6 166 0 23
Buckeyes
21 North Carolina 20-7 153 0 NR
Tar Heels
22 Memphis 21-6 124 0 24
Tigers
23 Texas 20-7 102 0 17
Longhorns
24 Southern Methodist Univ. 22-6 57 0 NR
Mustangs
25 Oklahoma 20-7 52 0 NR
Sooners
Schools   Dropped Out
No. 21   Connecticut, No. 22 Gonzaga, No. 25 UCLA.
Others Receiving Votes
Connecticut   47; New Mexico 45; UCLA 15; Massachusetts 9; Kansas State   9; Stephen F. Austin 5; Pittsburgh 4; Gonzaga 3; Baylor 1;   Nebraska 1; Middle Tennessee 1;Wisconsin-Green Bay 1.

 

Louisville Baseball Earns Preseason Top 20 Rankings from Perfect Game, Baseball America

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PRESS RELEASE

The Louisville baseball team earned a pair of preseason top 20 rankings on Monday as Perfect Game slotted the Cardinals at No. 16 and Baseball America ranked them at No. 20.

Overall, Louisville is ranked in the top 20 in each of the first three preseason national polls, including a No. 8 ranking by Collegiate Baseball newspaper last month. The Cardinals have earned preseason top 25 rankings in seven straight seasons under the direction of head coach Dan McDonnell.

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No. 20 Saint Louis Visits No. 11 Louisville Men’s Soccer On Halloween Night

Tickets will be available for purchase at Cardinal Park prior to the match or in advance through the UofL Ticket Office by calling (502) 852-0120 or emailing tickets@gocards.com. Live video of the match will be available to subscribers of CardsTV at GoCards.com, while live scoring will be provided through the Gametracker feature on the men’s soccer schedule page at GoCards.com.

The Cardinals clinched a share of the inaugural American Athletic Conference regular season title and improved to 10-3-2 overall with a 2-1 win at Memphis on Saturday night. Saint Louis enters the week at 9-3-2 overall following a 2-0 home win at Duquesne on Sunday. Last season, the Billikens were 16-5-0 overall winning the A-10 title before falling in the second round of the NCAA Championship to Fairleigh Dickinson.

Up Next for Louisville

Following Thursday’s match, Louisville closes the regular season by hosting USF in the American Athletic Conference finale for both squads. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m., ET as the Cardinals look to clinch sole possession of the regular season conference title.

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Women’s Soccer Jumps Into The Top 25!

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The University of Louisville women’s soccer team jumped into the Top 25 rankings for the first time this season.  The Cardinals are ranked 24th in the Soccer America Poll and No. 25 in the Top Drawer Soccer Poll.  The Cardinals were last ranked in September of 2012.

Louisville secured the No.2 seed and a first round bye in the American Athletic Conference Tournament. The Cardinals will host the quarterfinal round on Sunday, Nov. 3 at 4:30 p.m. in Cardinal Park. Louisville will play the winner of the opening round matchup played between No. 7 seed Memphis (11-7-0, 4-5-0 American) and No. 10 seed Houston (1-11-3, 0-9-0 American) on Friday, Nov. 1 in Cardinal Park at 7:00 p.m.

The Cardinals (12-4-1, 8-1-0 American) finished second in the regular-season standings behind UCF. Louisville secured their spot following a 5-4 overtime thriller over Cincinnati on Friday. Heading into the Championship, senior midfielder Charlyn Corral is The American’s individual points leader, tied for first in the league with 13 goals and standing alone at the top with 36 points, averaging 2.12 per game.

You can purchase tickets for Sunday’s match at the University of Louisville ticket office or by calling (502) 852-5151. To become a 2014 founding season ticket holder at Lynn Stadium, call (502) 852-0120 or email tickets@gocards.com for more information.

Fans can follow Louisville women’s soccer on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ulwomenssoccer and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ulwomenssoccer.

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