A loss to Iowa Saturday showed two things about the Indiana football team: There's a gap between the Hoosiers and the Big Ten's best and IU will likely need to defeat Purdue to be bowl eligible.
At the season's midpoint, Louisville is 2-4, the same record the Cards had in 2015. But this 2-4 doesn't feel like that 2-4. Some numbers explain why.
As the college basketball corruption trial unfolds in New York City, the University of Louisville is now sharing the spotlight with other programs.
Male retained the top spot in the WDRB High School football Top 10, but unbeaten Christian Academy took away one of the Bulldogs' first-place votes.
For Indiana to take the next step in the Big Ten , the Hoosiers need to beat programs like Iowa, the team IU plays Saturday in Bloomington.
Nick Saban and Alabama look better than ever this season. Can anybody stop them from going wire to wire in the Top 13/Bottom 5?
Does a bowl path remain for the 2-4 Louisville football team? Will ESPN bring College GameDay to Lexington? How did Indiana defeat Ohio State?
Kentucky forced Texas A&M into overtime Saturday night but forget to give the ball to Benny Snell and the Wildcats left College Station with a 20-14 loss.
Bobby Petrino's sagging Louisville football team slipped to 2-4 while losing to Georgia Tech Friday night at Cardinal Stadium. The Cardinals have lost three straight ACC games.
Male remains the unanimous number one in the WDRB high school football Top 10, but DeSales and Christian Academy will settle the debate for number two Friday night.
In 2016, Lamar Jackson led Louisville to No. 5 in the AP poll. Kentucky is ranked 13th. Can the Wildcats match the Cardinals' surge into the Top Five?
After four games, Louisville is averaging only 17 points and showing no signs of having a productive offense, especially after a 27-3 loss to Virginia.
Michigan State came to Indiana Saturday night and showed the Hoosiers why the Spartans have the top-ranked rushing defense in the nation.
A quarterback change has not sparked the Louisville offense in the first half of the Cards' ACC opener at Virginia.
Louisville was a 33-point favorite on its last trip to Virginia. The Cards figure to be a 5-point underdog at UVa Saturday. What happened to the 38 points?