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Topic - Luke Hancock
His college career officially over, Louisville senior Russ Smith took a long walk down the corridor, went into the Kentucky locker room and shook hands with a group of freshman he simply could not overcome.
John Calipari sent Andrew and Aaron Harrison and three other freshmen to sit behind the microphones and answer questions about Kentucky's upcoming Sweet 16 matchup against Bluegrass State rival Louisville.
It's not always pretty with Louisville. And sometimes, it's ugly by design.
Now everyone knows why Louisville coach Rick Pitino wanted nothing to do with Manhattan.
Manhattan hung with defending national champion Louisville for 38-plus minutes, giving the Cardinals all they could handle.
Louisville's four seniors will always be remembered for their roles in helping win last year's NCAA championship.
Missing two players with foul trouble didn't concern Louisville because other talented teammates were ready and able to fill the void in their absences.
Louisville turned all those open looks on the perimeter into a 3-point shooting clinic that even included a little-used freshman.
Rick Pitino empathizes with Temple coach Fran Dunphy.
Trailing by 17 points in the second half, No. 12 Louisville played one of its best stretches of the season to retake the lead against No. 13 Cincinnati.
Louisville's four-game winning streak is a good sign that things are falling into place for the Cardinals.
South Florida coach Stan Heath wanted to turn the page quickly after a one-sided loss to No. 12 Louisville.
Russ Smith got poked in the eye and teammate Montrezl Harrell took a blow to the chin, opening a cut.
Stifled by Louisville's pressure, SMU had its worst shooting performance of the season in Sunday's 71-63 loss to the 12th-ranked Cardinals, a game that featured a Hall of Fame coaching matchup.
Roy Devin Marble scored 22 points, Aaron White added 19 and No. 20 Iowa ended the game on a 22-9 run to hand No. 3 Ohio State its second loss of the week, 84-74 on Sunday.
"Definitely not money," Hancock said of his thoughts after hoisting the shot. "I was just kind of hoping and praying."
"He lit us up in the first half and I felt like it was kind of on my shoulders," Hancock said. "He hit a lot of big shots and I just wasn't playing good enough defense and I wasn't trusting my teammates enough to be able to guard their man and I was helping too much. In the second half, they just said they were going to guard theirs and they believed in me to stay on him and keeping guarding him and luckily he didn't fry me like he did in the second half."