Fear leads to either motivation or panic.
The University of Louisville women’s basketball is better than the average team, even with four potential starters still recovering from injuries. Good enough to challenge any team other tag UConn, Stanford, Notre Dame or Baylor.
The Lady Cards will get a decent seeding in the NCAA tournament but they won’t get very far if any of the aforementioned are in their bracket. They have far too much “respect” for them.
UofL fell behind 12-0 in the opening minutes Monday against Notre Dame in the semifinals of the Big East Tournament, scratched their way back to a 16-16 tie, managing to trail by only six points at the half.
Brick City would set in early in the second half, the Cards missing seven of their first eight shots while Notre Dame was racing to a 17-point lead and another easy victory. For the game, UofL would make 23 of 63 shots while committing 18 turnovers.
Frightful night, Notre Dame prevailing 83-59.
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