Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Rick Bozich
27 followers -
Sports journalist at WDRB.com, avid follower of college sports, major league baseball and Labrador retrievers.
Sports journalist at WDRB.com, avid follower of college sports, major league baseball and Labrador retrievers.

27 followers
About
Rick's posts

Post has attachment
Who will be the first former Louisville or Kentucky football player selected in the NFL Draft during the final four rounds in Philadelphia Saturday?

Rick Bozich of WDRB Sports in Louisville tries to answer that question.

Post has attachment
After an extensive round of layoffs this week, the message for the ESPN.com web site to college basketball was crystal clear: Drop Dead.

Rick Bozich of WDRB Sports draws that conclusion after the news that college basketball reporters Dana O'Neil, Andy Katz, Eamonn Brennan and C.L. Brown have all been let go by the network.



Post has attachment
Former University of Kentucky halfback George Adams and his son, Jamal, a safety at LSU, will join an exclusive football club Thursday night during the 2017 NFL Draft in Philadelphia.

Rick Bozich of WDRB Sports has the story.



Post has attachment
Don't tell your dietitian what Western Kentucky offensive lineman Forrest Lamp ate on his journey from 2-star high school recruit to likely first-round NFL Draft pick, the first in Hilltoppers' history.

Rick Bozich of WDRB Sports in Louisville has the story.



Post has attachment
How did Kentucky basketball benefit if freshman Hamidou Diallo stays in the NBA Draft without playing a minute for the Wildcats?

Where has former Louisville center Chinanu Onuaku been during the Rockets' NBA playoff run?

Rick Bozich of WDRB Sports in Louisville presents his weekly Monday Muse.



Post has attachment
Louisville forward Jaylen Johnson will skip his senior season to pursue a pro basketball career, even though he is unlikely to be selected in the 2017 NBA Draft. 

Post has attachment
What's at stake for Louisville basketball with Rick Pitino and the NCAA Committee on Infractions?

Rick Bozich of WDRB Sports in Louisville says everything.

Post has attachment
Prominent Churchill Downs trainer Lynn Whiting, who teamed with jockey Pat Day to win the 1992 Kentucky Derby with Lil E. Tee, died Wednesday. He was 77. 

Post has attachment
The Louisville-Kentucky rivalry never rests -- even in college baseball. The programs split their season series this season. They could meet again in the NCAA Tournament at the Super Regional or College World Series level.


Post has attachment
Louisville is one of seven college football programs that has produced at least one first-round NFL Draft pick for three consecutive seasons.

Will the streak continue in the 2017 NFL Draft next week?

Rick Bozich of WDRB Sports in Louisville does not think it will. 
Wait while more posts are being loaded