Louisville retired the jersey of former standout Russ Smith on Saturday. Smith led the Cardinals to the 2013 NCAA championship and 2012 Final Four, appearances that were later vacated.
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— Blake Wesley scored 22 points and Notre Dame sank 15 3-pointers in taking an 82-70 victory over Louisville on Saturday.
Former Louisville guard Russ Smith talks to the guys about becoming only the 5th Louisville player to have his number retired. And voice of the Miami Hurricanes Joe Zagacki helps us get ready for Florida State vs Miami tomorrow, and Saturday marks the final time Coach K and Jim Boeheim will square off at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
— Sidney Curry returned from injury to score 13 points, Noah Locke and Jae'Lyn Withers each added 10 points and Louisville beat Boston College 67-54 on Wednesday night to end a three-game losing streak.
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— Jamarius Burton scored 20 points and John Hugley added 19 and Pittsburgh won for the second time in three games with a 65-53 win over Louisville on Saturday.
— Freshman Terquavion Smith scored 24 points, Jericole Hellems added 19 and the duo combined for 11 of North Carolina State's 12 3-pointers in a 79-63 victory over Louisville on Wednesday night.
— Caleb Mills matched a career high with 27 points and Florida State held off Louisville's late rally for a 79-70 victory on Saturday night.
— El Ellis scored 18 points off the bench, including seven consecutive for Louisville during a critical late stretch to put the Cardinals ahead for good before holding off Pittsburgh 75-72 on Wednesday night.
Louisville Forward Malik Williams joins the show fresh off their win against Georgia Tech and a 3-0 start for the Cardinals. Plus ESPN CFB Writer Bill Connelly visits with the guys to share his thoughts on where Miami football is right now. And we head to the courts & preview tonight’s Florida State/Wake Forest matchup, NC State at Virginia Tech, and Virginia at Clemson.
Louisville plans to retire the No. 2 jersey number of former All-American guard Russ Smith at halftime of the Cardinals' game against Notre Dame on Jan. 22.
— Malik Williams made 9 of 12 from the field and finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds to help Louisville beat Georgia Tech 67-64 on Sunday night.
— Noah Locke scored 14 of his 17 points in the second half and Louisville rallied to beat Wake Forest 73-69 in the Cardinals' Atlantic Coast Conference home opener on Wednesday night.
The rivalry game between Kentucky and Louisville set for Wednesday has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests with the Cardinals. UK will instead host Western Kentucky in a game that will also provide support for those impacted by the tornadoes.
— Camron Justice scored a career-high 25 points with five 3-pointers and Western Kentucky beat Louisville for the first time in their last 10 meetings, 82-72, on Saturday.
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— Malik Williams had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Louisville used balanced scoring and solid defense to beat Southeastern Louisiana 86-60 on Tuesday night.
Louisville deputy athletic director Josh Heird has been appointed as interim AD to replace Vince Tyra.
— David Jones scored 23 of his career-high 33 points in the second half as DePaul fought past Louisville 62-55 on Friday night.
Georgia Tech Women's Basketball Coach Nell Fortner joins the show fresh off last night’s big upset against UConn. Plus ESPN Louisville's Mark Ennis sits down with the guys to go through the resignation of Louisville AD Vince Tyra. And we look ahead at all the ACC Sports action in the “Bojangles Weekend Menu”
Michael Alford, who served as CEO of Seminole Boosters, has been hired as Florida State's athletic director after a source told ESPN that the position had previously been offered to Louisville's Vince Tyra, who has since resigned from the Cardinals.
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