- Geek & Sci-Fi
By now everybody knows about the magical run Louisville made to the NCAA title this year.
After having one of their family members break his leg in half right in front of their bench, it was only fitting that this tournament, this season would end with the Louisville Cardinals winning a championship for the school (its first in 27 years), for Rick Pitino (who found out yesterday he'll be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame), and for Kevin Ware (for obvious reasons).
adidas decided those Kevin Ware t-shirts weren't worth the headache of bad press.
Seth Davis has been covering basketball for Sports Illustrated for nearly 20 years and this weekend will be his eighth year covering the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship as a studio analyst for CBS Sports.
When talking about the Final Four, it is expected year in and year out that power conferences such as the Big East and Big 12 are represented during college basketball's final weekend.
Kevin Ware's post-Bloodsport-injury life has been one of turmoil -- Louisville selling inspirational t-shirts and keeping the spoils, fake Twitter accounts begging people for money, and on and on -- so it's nice to see him up and about and laughing and not howling in agony while his bones fall out.
The Kevin Ware injury was undoubtedly one of the most gruesome and emotionally charged moments we'll ever experience during a sporting event.
If you haven't been living under a rock, you've obviously seen or heard about the devastating leg injury sustained by Kevin Ware, the sophomore guard from Louisville.
Two weeks ago, we pronounced Utah dead, a casualty of a terrible stretch of scheduling and the expected rise of the Lakers.
In case you weren’t watching, Louisville Cardinals sophomore guard Kevin Ware suffered a pretty awful injury when he broke his leg during yesterday’s win over the Duke Blue Devils.
The last time Rick Pitino and Mike Krzyzewski met up in a NCAA Tournament game, they were a part of one of the most memorable moments in basketball history.