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Selection Sunday

Notes and Observations: Louisville Tames the Cougars

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aac tournamentJust one day after totally embarrassing Rutgers, 92-31, the Louisville Cardinals (28-5, 15-3) were back in action facing stiffer competition in Houston (17-16, 8-10). Well, actually I should say the Cougars are probably a little bit better of a team than Rutgers but the competition wasn’t really much stiffer as the Cards rolled to a […]

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Possible Kentucky vs. Louisville Match Up In New Bracketology

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cats-cardsJoe Lunardi released his newest Bracketology Thursday and it is really interesting. Louisville moved from a four seed to a three-seed, while Kentucky stayed at a seven-seed. What makes it interesting is that they are placed in the same region. If Lunardi is correct, Louisville would play Georgia State in Orlando. That means they would […]

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Louisville Team Stats As Conference Plays Begins

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Louisville looks to return to repeat as National Champions this April. To do so, their conference play will be very key to where they are seeded come Selection Sunday. Currently, the Cardinals have a 12-2 record, 1-0 in the AAC after beating conference foe UCF. Senior leader Russ Smith is leading the Cards with 17.4 […]

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