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  COVID and college football: Who will play?

  Jeff Brohm, Purdue University head football coach, speaks on Big Ten decision to postpone football

The former Western Kentucky University football coach spoke with WAVE 3 Sports Director Kent Taylor on the Big Ten conference's decision to postpone this season

  UofL Head Coach says players, staff want to play football in 2020

Conference leaders are eyeing a potential return to the field in the Spring of 2021.

  UofL’s Satterfield says ACC moving forward with plans to play football in fall

Cards coach says lack of leadership is to blame for change in course in other leagues.

  Beshear signals possible changes to Kentucky Derby crowd control plans

“Am I comfortable with having a crowd at the Derby?” Beshear said Tuesday. “If it were today, I would want to see some changes made to the plan."

  Football coaches thrilled to be able to start play September 11

Practice for high school football teams in Kentucky will begin on August 24 with the first games of the season set for September 11.

  UFC fighter Mike Perry uses racial slurs, throws punches at Lubbock, Texas, restaurant

UFC star Mike Perry was captured on camera arguing with customers and staff before throwing a punch at a man.

  Basketball camp making changes to operate during pandemic

Some Southern Indiana athletes are attending a basketball camp with some changes.

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  WAVE 3 Sports Interview with Bats Executive Vice President Greg Galiette

It will be a season without professional baseball in Louisville.

  Derby-related business relieved by Churchill Downs announcement, still looking for some answers

Among what's still unknown is how many people will be allowed to attend.

  Louisville City FC honors late founder with ‘Estopinal End’

The “Estopinal End” is the newest addition to Lynn Family Stadium.

  Alabama football: All Lives Can’t Matter Until Black Lives Matter

Head Coach Nick Saban along with Quarterback Mac Jones, linebacker Dylan Moses and more, made statements about the value of unity.

  Churchill Downs plans for Derby with fans, crowd size unknown

Churchill Downs announced Thursday it will allow fans during the Kentucky Oaks and the Kentucky Derby on Sept. 4 and 5, respectively.

  Spring sports scholarships and the affect on recruiting

More kids competing for less spots.

  LouCity FC to take the field with half the number of fans

The team’s plan, approved by the state, allows in just half the fans and requires everyone to take precautions against the spread of COVID-19.

  Will fans be allowed inside Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby?

Plans to allow fans to attend the Kentucky Derby in September have yet to be announced.

  Grandma’s Reds scorebook comes alive

Reds fan kept score at home for 20 years

  What is the mental cost of the return of sports?

Dr. Vanessa Shannon, the Director of Mental Performance at Norton Sports Health and UofL, talks with Kent Taylor on the concerns of athletes returning to the fi

  Tiz the Law is 6-5 morning line favorite in Belmont Stakes

A field of 10 entered for the first race in the 2020 Triple Crown.

  Remembering Ali: Part 5

Louisville recently marked the four-year anniversary of the death of favorite son Muhammad Ali. Here's a look back at part five of our coverage of his funeral.

  Remembering Ali: Part 4

Louisville recently marked the four-year anniversary of the death of favorite son Muhammad Ali. Here's a look back at part four of our coverage of his funeral.

  Remembering Ali: Part 3

Louisville recently marked the four-year anniversary of the death of favorite son Muhammad Ali. Here's a look back at part three of our coverage of his funeral.

  Remembering Ali: Part 2

Louisville recently marked the four-year anniversary of the death of favorite son Muhammad Ali. Here's a look back at part two of our coverage of his funeral.

  Remembering Ali: Part 1

Louisville recently marked the four-year anniversary of the death of favorite son Muhammad Ali. Here's a look back at part one of our coverage of his funeral.

  Kendrick Haskins: Finding the positives

It's tough to be positive and upbeat. But as I sit back and try to find the positives, I'm finding great joy in things happening in the sports community.

  Darrell Griffith's memories of the 1980 NCAA national championship game

Imagine having the guts to promise your hometown that you’re going to bring the hometown school it’s first national championship...and doing it.

  UofL basketball: The 1980 National Championship season

It's been 40 years since UofL won the 1980 NCAA National Championship. Sports director Kent Taylor members of the team and their coach about the title run.

  Two Area High School Seniors Raise Money For Paws With Purpose

An eighth grade project for two area kids has become a huge fundraiser four years later.

  Grantz takes over at Jeff

Providence grad takes over Red Devils program

  Josh’s Journey: UK football player beats cancer to get back on field

He's speaking out during Skin Cancer Awareness month

  Live racing to resume at Churchill Downs without fans

The 2020 Spring Meet will look and sound very different at the track because there won't be any fans, owners or media for now.

  Lou City FC prepares to play on during a pandemic, with or without fans

For Louisville City FC, the year 2020 was the opportunity to set new standards for fan experience.

  Churchill Downs backside opens up in preparation for late-starting spring meet

Churchill Downs plans to move forward with plans to host their Spring Meet starting Saturday, May 16.

  Former Card LaBradford Smith talks about brief rivalry with Michael Jordan

It was a night in March of 1993 that former Card, LaBradford Smith and the great, Michael Jordan will never forget.

  Former Card LeBradford Smith talks about brief rivalry with Michael Jordan

Former UofL star LaBradford Smith scored a career-high 37 points against Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. Jordan soon got his revenge.