This Week in Sports

Bengals lose last second shoot out in Arizona

11/23/2015 12:02 AM

Arizona Kicker Chandler Catanzaro hit a 32 yard field goal with 1 second left, as the Arizona Cardinals beat Cincinnati 34-31 in a playoff style game. The loss is the Bengals second straight in prime time, dropping their record to 8-2. The Cardinals also improve to 8-2. Both teams lead their respective divisions, with the Bengals advantage in the AFC North down to two games over idle Pittsburgh. Cincinnati led at the half 14-7, but in the third quarter, former Bengals... Read more 

FANTASY FOOTBALL | It's time to drop Peyton Manning

11/22/2015 08:30 AM

Its getting into the twilight of the fantasy football season, so solid waiver wire additions are few and far between. There have been a couple key injuries of late, and a couple fantasy rosters spots may have opened up, example: Julian Edelman is out, and Danny Amendola is in. In addition to continuously scouring waiver wires, the clearing of dead weight from your current rosters can also be critical to fantasy success. That’s why Peyton Manning has to go. He’s... Read more 

NCAA Cross Country | UofL Men and EKU Men both come up short in nationals

11/22/2015 08:00 AM

The Louisville Cardinals Men’s Cross Country team finished 7th at the NCAA Championships, being held at Tom Sawyer park in Louisville. The finish is the best in school history by the Cardinals and the second Top 10 finish at the NCAA Championships. Meanwhile the EKU Men wound up 17th, and that is the Colonels second best finish ever. Syracuse won the national championship with 82 points. Read more 

Sydney Moss sits out as No. 1 Thomas More wins

11/19/2015 12:38 PM

The top-ranked Thomas More Saints women’s basketball team beat Denison University in their first game last night 62-48, and did so without their star player, Sydney Moss. Moss is being withheld from competition as a NCAA compliance question is reviewed. Thomas More College President Dr. David Armstrong issued a statement last night prior to the game: “Thomas More College takes compliance with NCAA rules seriously. As part of the College’s commitment to promoting rules compliance, fair play, and sportsmanship in all... Read more 

Team USA visits Kentucky School for the Blind

11/17/2015 06:30 AM

Students and faculty at the Kentucky School for the Blind got some special visitors Monday as the USA National Goal Ball team visited. Goal ball is a game where two-three person teams compete, trying to throw a ball into the opponents net. The ball has bells on it so the players can hear it. Team USA gave the students and teachers pointers on the game, and then competed against the teachers in a friendly contest.  Read more 

NFL CARDS | Week 10 stat lines from your former Cards in the NFL

11/16/2015 08:54 AM

Teddy Bridgewater returned to the field just one week after suffering a late game concussion. In his return, he led the Vikings to a 16 point win on the road over the Oakland Raiders. GAry Barnidge continues to have his best professional season. Barnidge scored the lone touchdown for the Browns in their loss to Pittsburgh. He now has seven touchdowns on the season. Here are the weekend stats for some former Cards in week 10 of the NFL: Gary... Read more 

A chance to own history

11/12/2015 06:30 AM

Saturday at the Louisville Slugger Museum, Hunt Auctions will be auctioning off some incredible pieces of baseball history. Among the high-end items are actual bats used by Jackie Robinson and Lou Gehrig (valued at around 30-thousand dollars), a baseball autographed by Babe Ruth, and Atlanta Braves World Series rings. Dave Hunt, with Hunt Auctions, has held many auctions in Louisville. Saturday’s 11 a.m. auction is preceded by Friday’s appraisal fair. This is a chance for you to bring your own items... Read more 

Three time Super Bowl champ presents award to his former High School

11/10/2015 07:10 PM

Louisville native and NFL Star William “Bubba” Paris presented a NFL Golden Football to DeSales High School Tuesday afternoon. Paris, a 1978 graduate of DeSales presented the award, a commemorative Wilson Golden football, as part of the NFL’s Super Bowl High School Honor Roll. The initiative recognizes schools and communities that have positively contributed to the history of the Super Bowl and the game of football. For DeSales High School, Paris is that contribution. Paris is a Louisville native, who went... Read more 

Golf legend Jack Nicklaus to receive first-ever Muhammad Ali Legacy Award

11/10/2015 12:15 PM

Sports Illustrated has announced that its first-ever Muhammad Ali Legacy Award will be presented to legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus. Although the award was originally created in 2008, it was renamed for Ali in 2015 as a tribute to the boxer’s humanitarian efforts. The award honors athletes that have “embodied the ideals of sportsmanship, leadership and philanthropy as vehicles for changing the world over their lifetime.” Ali expressed his excitement for Nicklaus in a press release. “Jack’s passion for excellence on the golf course... Read more 

NFL CARDS | Teddy Bridgewater leaves Vikings' game with concussion

11/09/2015 06:23 AM

Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater left Minnesota’s game against the Rams early after taking a hit from St. Louis’ Lamarcus Joyner, and ultimately being diagnosed with a concussion. Bridgewater suffered the game ending blow just a couple of minutes into the fourth quarter of the game – a game the Vikings would win 21-18. Bridgewater will now go through NFL protocol before being cleared to play. In his 3+ quarters of play, the former Card recorded 13 completions for 144 yards.... Read more 


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