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Mike Hicks and Aaron Newton talk about the Louisville scandal and the FBI probe
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On this podcast, we talk about the ousting of Rick Pitino and Tom Jurich from Louisville.
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Truly, March Madness has arrived.
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Kentucky vs. UL will be the 2014 Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout which will air on ESPN2 and will be played in Louisville, KY. The game will help benefit the nonprofit Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame located in Springfield, Massachusetts. Basketball was invented in Springfield, Massachusetts (and perfected in Lexington, KY). The Hall of Fame helps promote, preserve and honor it’s importance to the world.
Don’t forget who dominates the series. Check out the all-time numbers between the two schools here.
The 2014-2015 Basketball Schedule Is Becoming a Juggernaut
UPDATE: Cats to play Eastern Kentucky December 7 in Rupp Arena
UK’s 2014-15 non-SEC schedule is starting to take shape and it’s a juggernaut. The Cats are already have North Carolina and Providence at Rupp Arena, the Dirty Birds at Louisville, and Kansas in Indy in the Champions Classic. They have announced today that they will play UCLA in the CBS Sports Classic December 20 at 3:30 Eastern in the United Center. The game is the headliner and will follow the UNC/Ohio State match up. UK will play Ohio State in Brooklyn the following year and UNC in Vegas the next season. Coach Cal had this to say about the CBS Championship Classic: “This event will feature programs that represent 25 national championships, which is remarkable,” John Calipari said. “Not only that, some of the best fan bases in college basketball will have the opportunity to see us play in three major venues against some of the top programs in the country. We’re excited to be part of an event of this caliber for the next three seasons.”