So much Payne: Fans, media roast Louisville hoops for finishing season 4-28
Don’t worry, Louisville fans. It’s all over now.
The Cardinals saw their worst season in program history come to an end Tuesday at the hands of Boston College, 80-62. The Cardinals now officially finish the season 4-28, with only 2 conference wins.
Louisville had basically zero guard play the entire season, falling to a seemingly new low for a program as historically relevant as Louisville. First-year Louisville head coach Kenny Payne even told reporters late in the season he felt the team was not showing enough effort.
As the Cardinals look to put this season behind them, fans and media weighed in on the mess that was Louisville’s 2022-23 season.
Check out some of the comments below:
This isn’t even rivalry trash talk. Just being real
I am shocked at how bad Louisville was this year. I really like Kenny and hope things get better for him but I would have never imagined they would be this terrible
— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) March 7, 2023
— StayHumble J (@Stay_HumbleJ) March 7, 2023
Thank god that the Louisville men’s season is finally over. Which is such a sad thing to be saying. Even last year, when we were god awful, I was genuinely excited when they won an ACCT game and was pulling for the miracle run.
This year, I was just ready for it to end.
— Lukar 💙 (@LukarWarrior) March 8, 2023
Louisville finished the season with more top-100 recruits on their roster (5) than total wins
— Brandon Lloyd (@blloyd8298) March 7, 2023
— Eric Bradner (@ericbradner) March 7, 2023
Hit the portal and find some legitimate guards. Absolutely asinine and that you played an entire season with one guard.
Absolutely embarrassing season.
— State of Louisville (@thestateoflou) March 7, 2023
— Nick McCardell (@UKhoops1_BBN) March 7, 2023
Boston College had 4 turnovers.
Louisville finished with 4 wins. pic.twitter.com/XB89cPjYFM
— Mark Blankenbaker (@UofLSheriff50) March 7, 2023
Four and twenty-eight – an historic failure. Never again.
— Louisville Sports Live (@LvilleSprtsLive) March 7, 2023
On to next season pic.twitter.com/JZieDPh9fc
— Barstool Louisville (@BarstoolCards) March 7, 2023