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Russ Smith's biggest scoring night of his career helped No. 5 Louisville advance to the American Athletic Conference finals.
Houston prepared for Louisville's Russ Smith, but the plans did little good.
Eddie Jordan's first season at Rutgers finally is over, and fifth-ranked Louisville gave his Scarlet Knights a last reminder of how much work they face building the Big Ten-bound program.
The fifth-ranked Louisville Cardinals had everything working so well against Rutgers that even a near mistake turned into an amazing play.
Since 1983, the Big East tournament has been played at Madison Square Garden. It became an event more than a college basketball championship. For a few days, New York City cared about a sport it usually doesn't.
The tournament starts Wednesday night with first-round games between Seton Hall and Butler and Georgetown and DePaul.
The inaugural American Athletic Conference tournament is shaping up to be everything Commissioner Mike Aresco could have wanted.
No. 15 Cincinnati won a conference title for the first time since 2004, and coach Mick Cronin didn't care that it was shared.
Louisville's four seniors will always be remembered for their roles in helping win last year's NCAA championship.