Thursday afternoon Cardinal news and notes

  • Winning four sets in San Diego has sent the volleyball team to Louisville to the NCAA Sweet 16 tournament. Cards will face Washington or Dayton in the sixth seed on Sunday.

-It’s a nightmare for the WNBA and Swish Appeal has full direction.

—Local golf riders’ announcement: To celebrate the start of the golf season, the Club Champion – “1st country custom club golf club” – offers 33 percent of all club facilities in its Louisville area from now until May 31.

Louisville Studio is located at 12919 Shelbyville Road and the store is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, and Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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—J Jeff Greer answers questions about his latest Floyd Street Tribune.

Any name for when the new men’s team assistants will be named? – @ skhakhane2016

I hate being bored, but there are no real stories in this before. I doubt that any announcement will come as long as that third-party site is not filled. There have never been more complaints after the initial success of the behind-the-scenes performances that remain the most secretive secret in the entire program – meaning that Kahil Fennell has been promoted to one of the assistant coaches with Taylor Barnette thought to be a potential replacement for Fennell as basketball director.

ESPN’s Jeff Borzello first mentioned the Indiana Kenya Hunter assistant as an opportunity in the Floyd Street’s Finest podcast, and then Hunter’s name suddenly appeared everywhere. Hunter interviewed Chris Mack before deciding to stay in Bloomington and join Mike Woodson’s staff in Indiana. Another name – former Penn State assistant Keith Urgo – appeared at the beginning of the process, but I have never heard of him in a while. Former Cincinnati coach John Brannen, one of Mack’s closest friends, was a hot topic on the message boards and I mentioned him in the brochure, but that doesn’t mean anything.

Mack is in no hurry to complete the final opening for his staff, especially since the epidemic has disrupted the recruitment cycle, making it urgent to seek another assistant. He’ll need to replenish his staff before the summer workout, of course, but he has time. I know there are a lot of interested assistants in the area who can be contacted by mediators, but that hasn’t played to my knowledge. It’s just a matter of finding the right thing Mack wants from his employees.

-Cincinnati has acquired its new basketball coach from former UNCG coach / North Carolina head coach Wes Miller.

Arizona has hired longtime Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd as their new basketball coach.

-Because of the “shortage of available players,” the Louisville women’s soccer team was forced to cancel its Saturday game against Wake Forest.

-On the other hand, seeing Mac McClung go to the UK would break my heart because I love him. On the other hand, watching UK fans react to his inappropriate game will do it all my winter.

The red pipe cut would be fine.

-Lordvilleville is among the favorites to find a world that quickly embraces Marquarius White.

-The NCAA has hit USC sanctions with a trial of a few years but no postseason for its role in the FBI investigation into college basketball.

This marks the second straight case (South Carolina is one) where the NCAA offender committee chose not to go with the post-season ban. Given that the committee beat Oklahoma State with a post-season ban (which could be reversed at appeal) for a very similar case to the last two, it is hard to imagine that the NCAA was somehow responding to the sprint that many programs, including Louisville, have made IARP last year.

Speaking of IARP, are we convinced that this thing really exists? It begins to feel more and more like a design that produces a great tone with investors early on, and then two years later it reveals that it really didn’t do anything.

I can’t wait to be done with all of this when I’m 50 years old.

-Another state of the Kentuckians’ fundraising position:

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