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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Jared Swopshire
Michigan State's guards struggled with Louisville's pressure and the big men had a hard time getting shots to fall.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino's expectations for his inexperienced and injury-riddled team a few months ago were decidedly modest.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino thought it looked like roller derby. Kentucky center Josh Harrellson kept waiting for another fight to break out. Coach John Calipari sensed a maliciousness that bordered on unseemly.
"I don't want to call anybody any names, but it's just different players, different guys," he said. "We have a pretty tough team and nobody's going to back down from anybody."