Hits and misses from recent NBA Drafts three days before the 2018 Draft.
The news that Charles Bassey, a top five recruit, committed to Western Kentucky has the college basketball world buzzing.
Can Louisville defeat Alabama in the Cards' football season opener? U of L coach Bobby Petrino said his players cannot have any doubts.
Nobody does sore losing like horse racing. Teddy Bridgewater turning heads in New York City. Former Kentucky coach chasing college baseball national title. What happened to Mike Davis?
Indiana was supposed to roll to another win over Kentucky Friday night but that's not how the annual all-star game unfolded at Bellarmine.
Unlike other Louisville coaches who left for the next big job, Dan McDonell made the right call by staying with the baseball program he built at U of L.
When Mr. Basketball Romeo Langford leads the Indiana all-stars against Kentucky this weekend, he will encounter three of his former AAU teammates, who remain friends and fans.
Former Kentucky athletic director C.M. Newton, who was 88 when he died Monday, left a towering legacy in race relations and leadership across college athletics.
Justify has one more hill to climb to win the Triple Crown at Belmont Park Saturday, but the colt's road to greatness began on another hill at Winstar Farm in Versailles, Ky.
Josh Nickelberry, a Class of 2019 shooting guard from North Carolina, became the first high school player to commit to new Louisville coach Chris Mack.
A record crowd of nearly 1,000 gathered at Huber's Winery Wednesday night as Archie Miller discussed Romeo Langford, Juwan Morgan and the 2018-19 IU basketball season.
The Street & Smith college football yearbook includes plenty of bulletin board material for Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana and Western Kentucky.
Bob Baffert returned to Churchill Downs Monday morning to continue preparing Justify for his pursuit of the Triple Crown in the Belmont Stakes June. 9.
Six coaches have followed Bill Mallory as the Indiana football coach but none of the six have matched what Mallory achieved in Bloomington.
The 2018 women's NCAA basketball title slipped away from Louisville, but early projections for next season suggest the Cardinals will make another run.