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Billy Hamilton: Front Pages to Underrated

BY CHRIS HAAS Former Reds Center Fielder Shin Soo Choo signed a massive 7 year/130 million deal with the Texas Rangers this offseason. Shin Soo Choo earned this payday by hitting .285/.423/.462 for the Reds in 2014. His .423 OBP (on-base percentage) was especially impressive, as only teammate Joey Votto (.435) had a higher OBP […]

Hitting Their Stride

BY CHRIS HAAS The 2013-2014 Louisville Cardinals have been compared to last year’s National Championship team all season long. Most comparisons have been used to explain, unfairly, why the current Cards are an inferior version of last year’s team. Pundits have said: “ There isn’t a natural leader on the team to replace Peyton Siva.” […]

Don’t Blame Tom Jurich

  BY CHRIS HAAS Tom Jurich is universally praised as being one of the very best athletic directors in the country. His influence goes well-beyond football and basketball, as the University of Louisville has become a sports haven in athletics across the board. He’s diligent, knowledgeable, and experienced. He understands the needs and wants of […]

Teddy Bridgewater’s Next Uniform

BY CHRIS HAAS Teddy Bridgewater was dazzling in the 36-9 shellacking the Louisville Cardinals laid on the Miami Hurricanes in the Russell Athletic Bowl. As of this write-up, Bridgewater had not formally announced his intentions to enter the 2014 NFL Draft, however it’s widely expected that he will move on to the greener pastures (and […]

Score under construction

As you may have read, Seedy K is bowing out of our sports blog, Score. We are currently working on getting new sports bloggers and have found two capable and eager bloggers — Chris Haas and Rachel Shulhafer. They will be updating Score periodically while we work on changing up the look with our web designers. […]

Seedy K’s New Adventure; A Fond Adieu

After years of blogging about sports here at, I have decided to set out on my own in this regard. From now on, I’ll be providing the same pithy commentary and more at I appreciate the opportunities and support I’ve had here at LEO, going back to the days when John Yarmuth and […]

Seedy K’s BasketBALLS: Cards Ink Nordic Pivot

I first read it in Mike Rutherford’s story in Card Chronicle, so credit where it’s due. Though Jody Demling might have been the real first scooper. Anyway, riding the second wave, let me share that it’s being reported that U of L has signed, or will soon sign, or intends to sign a 7’2″ (Or, […]

You Can Also Read Me Here

Posted Sunday, November 17. Noon. There are some problems with LEO’s website. Which hopefully are being resolved. Until they are, you can also read my sports musings at Sorry for the inconvenience.

Seedy K’s Peerless Pigskin Predictions: Week XI

So excited am I about the games upcoming, I’m going to speed through last weekend’s aftermath and get on with it. Three right. Two wrong. Season record: 37-13. What I’m reminded of yet again as I survey the bounty of key battles this week are the brickbats hurled U of L’s way when they wended […]

Louisville Card File: Central Florida

Mama said there’d be days like this/ There’d be days like this, Mama said. – The Shirelles The window of tremendous opportunity that used to be this football season of the University of Louisville Cardinals is shattered. Through the shards, it is difficult to see the short- or long-term ramifications of last night’s disheartening loss […]