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No. 1 Louisville bids to keep unbeaten, silence Pittsburgh
The "noise" that top-ranked Louisville heard about its strength of schedule prior to facing No. 4 Michigan was silenced with a 58-43 shutdown win over the Wolverines on Tuesday.
According to the KenPom ratings, Louisville's strength of schedule was ranked No. 328 before the game. The Cardinals' best win was against then-No. 88 Miami, an 87-74 victory in the season opener on Nov. 5.
"Yeah, I can sense how hungry our team is in the locker room," Louisville coach Chris Mack said after the win over the Wolverines, who were coming off victories over No. 6 North Carolina and No. 8 Gonzaga in the Battle 4 Atlantis in the Bahamas.MORE
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|7 North Carolina||1-0||6-2|
|17 Florida State||0-1||7-2|
|North Carolina State||0-1||6-2|
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