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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.