Louisville rolls past Middle Tennessee and into NIT quarterfinals


Of the louisville cardinals from our louisville broadcast center here said jenkins after a dominating second quarter performance which sparked the louisville cardinals into a fifteen point halftime lead they weathered everything middle tennessee throughout them over the final twenty minutes and advance to the quarterfinals global defeats the blue raiders eighty four to sixty eight and a bet if you ask the middle tennessee coaches they didn't realize the louisville scouting report what is deep as it dead but the death certainly got to middle tennessee today and especially i think a major factor in the game was nick king picking up three fouls in the first half which limited playing time then when the cardinals took control of the game in the second half king was the best offensive player on the floor but he didn't get enough help i get off the bench today the cardinals got seventeen from jordan more fifteen from ryan mcmahon and eight points from darius perry and cardinals win by double digits on a day when they got absolutely no points from their leading scorer on the season dangle who was the leading score with twenty in the first in it victory over northern kentucky but without him the cardinals found plenty of other they're scoring and enough defensive stops to win at eighty four to sixty eight so again it is tuesday night nine o'clock quarterfinal play in the an it louisville against mississippi state let's bring you up to date again on the first game of the day today at the kfc yelm center which took off at noon that seems like a long time ago and when it tipped off the university lova womb we're ready to go they picked up an eighteen point margin after the first ten minutes against marquette and went on to beat them by that differential louisville wins at seven ninety two seventy two local improves the thirty four and two on the season masur hines allen had twenty four points and thirteen rebounds in her final game at the center and one of the cardinals young players and the star of the future sam fearing had another strong ncwa game fearing hit eight out of twelve shots and scored nineteen points that means that the university of louisville women play at rupp arena in lexington on friday their opponent will be determined tomorrow night when florida gulf coast takes on host stanford also in the ncw women's tournament today top seed in the spokane regional notre dame advanced ninety eight seven.

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