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Topic - Tia Gibbs
Louisville faces the challenge of replacing Shoni Schimmel, who has been the face, heart and soul of its women's basketball program.
Louisville used its depth and long-range shooting against undermanned LSU to put up another lopsided victory and move within a game of its second straight Final Four berth.
Louisville's much-debated No. 3 seed doesn't matter much anymore.
Louisville's challenge against top-ranked Connecticut in Monday night's American Athletic Conference matchup is no different from last month.
Injuries to teammates have forced Jeanise Randolph to shoulder most of the load for Cincinnati this season.
With a matchup against No. 1 Connecticut looming, Tia Gibbs and No. 3 Louisville pulled away from Cincinnati.
Plagued by early foul trouble and missing its head coach, South Florida challenged No. 5 Louisville early before falling to the Cardinals.