this guy evidently hired to work for AD
Six Kentucky commitments highlight this year's roster!
All six are rated amongst the top 18 players in ESPNU's Top 150, and five are in the top 11.
That includes the nation's top-ranked point guard (Houston-area guard Andrew Harrison), the top-ranked shooting guard (Andrew's twin brother Aaron), the top-ranked power forward (Dallas' Julius Randle) and the nation's No. 1 ranked center, too, Dakari Johnson of Brooklyn.
Title is self-explanatory. Relive the glorious destruction of Florida.
It's on CBS Sports so most might not have it, but if you do, I recommend watching. I can't wait to see Stauskas hit all 5 threes again.
Minnesota has hired FIU's Richard Pitino, son of Louisville head coach Rick Pitino, as head of ther men's basketball program.
One more time:
Has anyone ever been to one of these final four practices? I noticed a lot of fellow bloggers had been to many other final fours and I am considering hitting up this practice. The problem is that I live a couple hours away and would be bringing my 15 month old. It could be a cool father-son experience if players interact with some kids in the crowd or something but if its literally a practice followed by another practice and no interaction than it would likely not be worth the trip. Any feedback is helpful.
I'm only posting this because I think this is DISGUSTING if Adidas makes a DIME off these shirts they're selling.
Also, Michigan is Adidas and wear the 'Rise' shirts, so there is somewhat of a link.
Only now Adidas has replaced the 's' with the number 5 for Louisville. RI5E TO THE OCCASSION.
I'm hoping by posting this people will continue to post and there will be so much backlash that Adidas will donote ALL proceeds to a charity of Kevin Ware's choice. If they make a cent from these shirts it will be a travesty.
I love the idea of creating support for the L'ville fans, I even think the shirts are cool...but I don't think Adidas should get the money. That's it. Hopefully Cardinal Nation will buy them in full force and support Kevin. Hopefully Adidas isn't getting richer from it.
$25 per shirt!
I know if this was Michigan and the money went to Mott Children's Hospital, this board would be going NUTS to buy. Hell, I'd probably get two. Again, awesome concept if the money goes to the right place.