Two Louisville Men’s Basketball Assistant Coaches Will Not Have Contracts Renewed

Two Louisville Men’s Basketball assistant coaches will not have their contracts renewed. While UofL declined to name the assistants citing it as a personnel matter, it has been widely reported by numerous local sports reporters the coaches are Dino Gaudio and Luke Murray. Murray and Gaudio both joined Mack at Louisville right after he was…

Chris Mack Press Conference 3/15

Louisville head men’s basketball coach Chris Mack joined the media on Monday afternoon after it was announced on Sunday night that his team was excluded from the 2021 NCAA tournament. Louisville finished the season with a 13-7 overall record. The Cards were listed as the “First Team Out” and, therefore, will be the first replacement…

Gameday Recap: Louisville Vs. Duke

The Louisville men’s basketball team once again struggled to advance in the ACC Tournament, losing its opening game against Duke on Wednesday night 70-56. Louisville will enter Selection Sunday with a 13-7 overall record. Duke improved to 13-11 and will play Florida State on Thursday night in Greensboro. Louisville is 2-5 in the ACC tournament…

Bracketology Update: ACC Tournament Primer

The regular season is over, and Louisville enters the 2021 ACC tournament with an opportunity to significantly improve its resume ahead of Selection Sunday. The Cards only played 19 games after 8 different matchups were postponed because of COVID-19. Coincidently, many of those cancelled games were potentially in the first quadrant, meaning that Louisville did…

Gameday Preview: Louisville Vs. Duke

Time: 6:30 p.m. ET TV: ACC Network Louisville. Duke. Wednesday night.#ACCTourney pic.twitter.com/v8Phc2K0g0 — Louisville Basketball (@LouisvilleMBB) March 9, 2021 Opening Vegas Line: Duke -2.0 t141.0 The Louisville men’s basketball team begins its postseason on Wednesday night against Duke in the second round of the 2021 ACC Tournament. Louisville earned the 7-seed after going 13-6 in…

Three Cards Receive All-ACC Accolades

Three Cards received All-ACC accolades this morning. The league announced its postseason awards and senior guard Carlik Jones, sophomore guard David Johnson, and redshirt freshman forward Jae’Lyn Withers were recognized. 𝐀𝐥𝐥-𝐀𝐂𝐂 𝐅𝐢𝐫𝐬𝐭 𝐓𝐞𝐚𝐦: @CarlikJones#GoCards pic.twitter.com/4J9SmZyr58 — Louisville Basketball (@LouisvilleMBB) March 8, 2021 Jones was named first team All-ACC and it was well deserved. The grad…