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Chris Mack’s more concerned with WKU and his credit card than Louisville’s No. 1 potential

Louisville basketball looks like one of the best teams in the nation, but Western Kentucky has been impressive and would love to play spoiler.
       

How to watch Kentucky basketball take on UAB, and what to watch for

Looking for the UK basketball game vs. UAB on TV, radio or online? Here is what you need to know and what to watch for in the game.

       

Former Mercy volleyball coach named OVC coach of the year

Former Mercy coach Todd Garvey was named the OVc volleyball coach of the year by his peers after leading Jacksonville State to a regular-season title.

       

Kentucky basketball’s Nate Sestina out for four weeks with broken wrist

Kentucky basketball has been hit by another injury. Bucknell graduate transfer Nate Sestina is expected to miss close to a month with a broken wrist.

       

Kentucky football’s Calvin Taylor is not Josh Allen, but he’s taken a similar path

The 6-foot-9 defensive lineman has erupted to co-lead the SEC in sacks. Does he have a pro future?

       

Former Cardinal Lamar Jackson surpasses Michael Vick as fastest QB in Madden history

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is breaking records on the field — and in virtual reality, too. He will become fastest QB in Madden NFL history this week.

       

Lakers’ Anthony Davis prepared for cold reception in New Orleans: ‘Probably going to be boos’

Anthony Davis has been showered in cheers by Lakers fans so far this season. He knows he’ll hear a different sound when he faces the Pelicans.

       

Jason Frakes, David Kim, Kent Spencer make picks for state semifinal football games

Six schools from Louisville are still in the running for state championships; which ones will make it to Lexington for the finals? Here’s our picks.

       

You won’t need a TV remote to watch Louisville basketball take on Western Kentucky

Louisville’s game Friday against Western Kentucky in Nashville will not air on network television but will instead be streamed live on Facebook.

       

Louisville native finds community — and gold medals — with USA Deaf Pan American Games team

Dupont Manual and Centre College alum Will Frentz helped the USA Deaf men’s national team win its first-ever international tournament.

       

Six Louisville schools are playing in Friday’s state semifinals. Here’s what to know

Male, Trinity, Central, DeSales, Holy Cross and Kentucky Country Day still in the running for state championships

       

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