As our NCAA Tournament preview continues, the Midwest region boasts plenty of star power. So, what gives Louisville the edge?
It’s major conference tournament time, basketball fans! Starting out in the ACC, the road goes through North Carolina. But who’s on the outside looking in?
Every time we talk Duke, it’s Grayson Allen; it’s Coach K; it’s this or that. But what about their longest-tenured player, Amile Jefferson?
The NBA expanding to 32 teams is very much on the table. So other than the obvious choice (Seattle), which other city could the league bring a team to?
Duke suspended Grayson Allen indefinitely following his latest tripping incident; now what? That plus, we recap a couple big games and breakdown Kyle Guy.
Fresh off Louisville’s Lamar Jackson winning the Heisman Trophy, reports surfaced of “Johnny Football” giving Lamar some advice. Let’s halt it right there.
This past Saturday, teams ranked No. 2-4 in the CFB Playoff rankings fell to lesser opposition. What does it mean going forward? And, what could it mean?
Louisville lost a heart-breaker over the weekend to Clemson in what was arguably the best CFB game of the season. Should that leave them out in the cold?
Four weeks into the 2016 College Football season, 27 Division 1 undefeated teams remain. Of all of them, which have the best chance at running the table?
We’ve all seen the latest AP Poll, so what does TSP’s Top 25 look like? For one thing, Louisville is here to play. Oh, and we’re not going easy on FSU.
This week is College Basketball preview week! How does the ACC look heading into 2015-16?
Which top teams are most likely to be upset early in the NCAA tournament?
The players that have meant the most to college basketball’s top 25 teams.
Finding the stat that defines each top 25 team’s performance thus far.
A look at three college basketball coaches who have to make tough starting lineup decisions.
Antonio Blakeney went back on his commitment to Louisville in less than two weeks. Did Nike have anything to do with his rapid change of heart?
The Battle of Kentucky saw the Wildcats prevail.