Nine shots, nine baskets, the University of Louisville streaking toÂ a 26-13 lead.
Georgetown missing certain dunks, once, twice, three times. The shot clock running out with no one between Georgetown and the basket.
Earl Clark struggling to hang on to ball, make decent passes, until he finds his pal Terrence Williams for one of those awe-inspiring dunks at the 8:02 mark, putting U of L up by 13, then 14 on a T-Will free throw.
Clark hitting five of 10 shot, three behind the arc, leading all scorers with 22 points, eight rebounds, three assists, four steals, demonstrating why he is indispensable, even with four turnovers.
Don’t cover your eyes. Appreciate Earl Clark.
T-Will with that confident air, falling, literally willing the ball to go in at the 4:52 mark, stretching the margin to 14 points again. Everywhere he’s needed, pulling down 12 rebounds, seven assists, two steals.
Samardo Samuels and Terrence Jennings collecting four fouls apiece, but combining for 17 points.
Edgar Sosa with the acrobatics, under, over and in the basket, wow.
Jerry Smith being a nuisance on defense, doesn’t get enough credit. What one remembers are his three-pointers.
Andre McGee and Preston Knowles the microwave twins, making people forget how to dribble, how to pass, how to shoot, tormenting them, frustrating them.
On the road. The Big East.
Rick Pitino working his magic. One more time.