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Topic - Stephan Van Treese
Louisville coach Rick Pitino couldn't help looking back on one of the most successful eras in program history.
The fifth-ranked Louisville Cardinals had everything working so well against Rutgers that even a near mistake turned into an amazing play.
Louisville's four seniors will always be remembered for their roles in helping win last year's NCAA championship.
The Louisville Cardinals know that grabbing a few more rebounds could have made the difference against Cincinnati the last time the schools met.
He refers to his team as family, and those aren't empty words, forward Stephan Van Treese said.
Van Treese sees room for improvement, but acknowledges that he and Mathiang will have their work cut out for them against Cincinnati's quick, aggressive lineup.