Louisville Uncovered meets the NBC PGA Senior Championship Coverage today!

Happy PGA Sunday! Today’s TV episode of Louisville Uncovered​ will air today as the “Lead In” for the NBC Sports coverage of the Sr. PGA Championship! Watch WAVE3TV @ 1:58pm EST , today, 5/24 and see what we have #Uncovered this week! Thanks for tuning in & Good Luck to everyone playing French Lick! Check out more Louisville Uncovered episodes on the Facebook page , Or on the Louisville Uncovered YouTube channel!  #LouisvilleUncovered #PGAChampionship #FrenchLick #PeteDye #GolfCentral, #SeniorPGAChampionship, #PGAofAmerica, #BernhardLanger, #ColinMontgomerie, #BrianHenninger, #EstebanToledo, #TomLehman, Catch up with NBC Sports updates here:

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New Soccer Stadium Vision Confirmed with donation

The 5,300-seat stadium, which will be named the Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium, will have a 15,500-square-foot training center with identical locker rooms for the U of L men’s and women’s soccer teams. It is expected to be completed in September 2014 and will be located at Floyd Street and Byrne Avenue.

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Superbowl MVP and Former Louisville Cardinal Deion Branch To Appear In Louisville

The NFL lockout isn’t keeping the players from staying busy. Deion Branch, wide receiver for the New England Patriots, will appear at FASTSIGNS Louisville, 6005-A Fern Valley Road, Friday July 8th at 9:30am. He will sign autographs and greet fans until 10:30am. Branch was awarded the Pete Rozelle Trophy as the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXXIX. His 11 receptions in the game tied the Super Bowl record, also achieved by Jerry Rice and Dan Ross. He returned to the Patriots after four seasons in Seattle and set a career high with six touchdown receptions in 2010 (1 with…

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Just What You Knead?

So you started running in December, you’ve steadily increased your mileage, you are only a couple of weeks from, the Half marathon (I just can’t call 13.1 miles of running a MINI ) and suddenly you are dealing with sore knees, tight hamstrings, and aching Achilles.  I used to think this type of ailment was just part of the package. After 10 marathons and years of training I figured, you run long and far enough and you start to break down.  “Not so” says the owner of Fleet Feet Sports.  Jeff Wells is nearly certain he can cure what ails…