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Morning Coffee: Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari should start podcasting again

Good morning, and a happy Thanksgiving week to each of you.

We hardly knew ye, Cal Cast.

Yes, Kentucky coach John Calipari’s successful, brief run as a sports podcaster is on hiatus if not done permanently after last season’s weekly Cal Cast episodes. 568 more words

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Brian Bowen Could Possibly Be Reinstated

Photo Courtesy of McDonald’s All-American Games/247sports.com 

Brian Bowen may yet suit up for the University of Louisville Cardinals Men’s Basketball team. Bowen was a 5 star, McDonald’s All-American player in the 2017 class that was at the center of a pay for play scandal uncovered by the FBI. 447 more words

Louisville Athletics

Sadness Around UofL Athletic Department In The Wake Of Jurich's Firing

Photo Courtesy of Timothy D. Easley/AP Photo 

Coaches and other members of UofL’s Athletic Department are saddened and sullen now that the leader they had all known for so long has been unceremoniously fired. 319 more words

Louisville Athletics

Letters of Suspension for Kenny Johnson And Jordan Fair

Kenny Johnson photo courtesy 247sports.com. Jordan Fair photo courtesy of gocards.com 

Kenny Johnson’s and Jordan Fair’s Letters of Suspension were obtained by the Courier Journal through an Open Records request yesterday. 281 more words

Louisville Athletics

Maywood Native John Prine Says His Upbringing Here Played Out in His Songs

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews 

Featured image: Maywood native and famous songwriter John Prine. | Wikipedia

A recent article… 171 more words

Noted

Meet award-winning journalist Rochelle Riley

Since she was 15 years old, all Rochelle Riley ever wanted was to be a journalist. The award-winning columnist is among a distinguished list of speakers at the 2017 ASNE-APME News Leadership Conference in Washington D.C. 645 more words

Detroit Free Press

Russ Smith Signs With New Team

Jeff Greer, from the Courier-Journal, spoke with big Russ and confirmed that his son has signed a new deal with a team in China.

“Smith, the 6-foot guard who averaged 61.2 points per game last season in China’s second-tier league, signed a one-year deal with the Fujian Sturgeons, who play in the top-flight Chinese Basketball Association.” 25 more words

Louisville Athletics