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Topic - Layshia Clarendon
Make that three straight upsets for Louisville, which used the latest thriller to head back to the women's national championship game for the first time since 2009.
Lindsay Gottlieb's royal blue suitcase sits in her dark, empty office, with former coach Joanne Boyle's nameplate still hanging out front near the door.
Golden Bears guard Layshia Clarendon said she spent so much time raving about beignets (small, square french doughnuts) that the team's director of operations added popular French Quarter spot Cafe du Monde to the itinerary.
"Oh my god _ New Orleans _ we're going to eat so good on this trip," Clarendon said. "I'm excited, because we know we're going to play hard. The basketball part of it, it's ingrained, it's who we are, we're going to do that, we're going to take care of it, so we're really excited to take part in the festivities."