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Basketball preview: USF men at No. 3 Louisville


USF at No. 3 Louisville

When/where: 4; KFC Yum Center, Louisville, Ky.

TV/radio: BHSN; 98.7-FM.

Records: USF 9-5, 0-2 Big East; Louisville 14-1, 2-0.

Notable: USF's last Big East road game was a 58-51 win at Louisville, which went a long way toward the Bulls getting an NCAA Tournament berth. … Louisville 6-foot guard Russ Smith is averaging 19.4 points a game, third in the Big East, and another 6-footer, Peyton Siva, faces USF's Anthony Collins in a battle of two of the league's best point guards. … Louisville averages a Big East-best 11.5 steals. … Louisville's only loss is to Duke. … Expect Bulls forward Kore White, out recently with turf toe, to get a chance to test himself.

Greg Auman, Times staff writer

Basketball preview: USF men at No. 3 Louisville 01/11/13 [Last modified: Friday, January 11, 2013 9:47pm]
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