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Topic - Russ Smith
McDermott finished his career with 3,150 points, fifth on the all-time list. He is the 11th three-time AP All-American and the first since Patrick Ewing of Georgetown and Wayman Tisdale of Oklahoma from 1982-85.
Doug McDermott spent his senior season passing a lot of big names on the career scoring list. He is now among some very select company.
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.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino couldn't help looking back on one of the most successful eras in program history.
John Calipari finally figured out how to get his players' attention. He banned television.
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.
Connecticut was much better one week later - just not good enough to topple Louisville.
Rick Pitino switched from coach to lobbyist the moment his Louisville Cardinals won their third straight conference tournament title.
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.
Talib Zanna had 19 points and a career-high 21 rebounds to help Pittsburgh beat No. 15 North Carolina 80-75 in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament quarterfinals Friday.
Cincinnati guard Sean Kilpatrick, UConn guard Shabazz Napier and Louisville guard Russ Smith all are unanimous selections for the 2014 American Athletic Conference's all-league team.
A coin flip decided the top seed for the inaugural American Athletic Conference tournament. The competition to determine the league's player of the year also looks like a toss-up.
"We got the ball in some spots that really hurt them," Smith said about the first half shooting. "Our guys were hurting them and making shots. When the ball goes in, sometimes it's an illusion of how you are really playing. Then, the ball didn't go in and they made their run."
Just look at what Louisville's Russ Smith had to say about the Wildcats after the Cardinals' loss in the NCAA tournament on Friday: