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UCF (9 - 9) at LOUISVILLE (17 - 4)
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Saturday, 2/1/2014 9:00 PM
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UCF - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-9-4.42-106-573.135.143.9%39.770.631.844.5%34.9
Road Games1-5-3.21-53-264.028.338.7%
Last 5 Games0-5-40-52-358.427.635.4%36.473.032.246.9%37.6
Conference Games1-6-30-74-362.129.937.4%37.475.934.148.0%35.6
UCF Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.135.126-5943.9%7-2133.9%14-2359.5%401213177133
vs opponents surrendering71.734.625-5743.3%7-1935.0%16-2367.9%361013197134
Team Stats (Road Games)64.028.323-5938.7%5-2026.1%13-2455.2%371110196132
Stats Against (All Games)70.631.826-5844.5%6-1933.0%13-2065.2%35914208125
vs opponents averaging71.433.425-5743.7%6-1934.2%15-2268.3%361013207135
Stats Against (Road Games)76.032.827-5846.8%6-1932.1%16-2369.6%391015197117

LOUISVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-4-15.610-99-582.440.047.1%38.462.128.439.5%35.3
Home Games11-2-106-55-383.840.548.3%39.559.526.839.6%34.8
Last 5 Games4-1-3.53-22-278.038.648.0%
Conference Games6-2-94-44-378.738.147.2%34.663.628.939.3%36.5
LOUISVILLE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)82.440.029-6147.1%8-2237.1%17-2566.7%3813152010115
vs opponents surrendering6932.324-5642.7%6-1834.1%15-2268.6%34912207134
Team Stats (Home Games)83.840.530-6348.3%8-2336.9%14-2361.7%391416181095
Stats Against (All Games)62.128.421-5439.5%5-1730.3%14-2166.4%351110204182
vs opponents averaging71.233.325-5644.3%6-1833.7%16-2367.3%371013196134
Stats Against (Home Games)59.526.821-5439.6%6-1831.5%11-1863.2%351010204182
Average power rating of opponents played: UCF 72.4,  LOUISVILLE 72.4
UCF - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/17/2013JACKSONVILLE104-64W - -38-6360.3%431227-6342.9%2814
12/21/2013RIO GRANDE86-58W - -28-5650.0%471727-7436.5%3712
1/11/2014@ CONNECTICUT61-84L11.5L139O20-6431.2%341129-6346.0%509
1/15/2014@ RUTGERS75-85L4L149O22-6136.1%481431-6647.0%358
1/23/2014@ CINCINNATI51-69L14L128.5U20-5238.5%301425-5347.2%3613
2/1/2014@ LOUISVILLE              
2/5/2014S FLORIDA              
2/12/2014@ MEMPHIS              
2/15/2014@ S FLORIDA              
2/22/2014@ HOUSTON              

LOUISVILLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/14/2013W KENTUCKY79-63W-22L133O30-5950.8%39720-5536.4%3511
12/17/2013MISSOURI ST90-60W-21.5W146O34-6651.5%511122-5837.9%3013
12/21/2013@ FLA INTERNATIONAL85-56W-20.5W140.5O26-5448.1%341018-5433.3%3820
12/28/2013@ KENTUCKY66-73L-1L147U23-5839.7%361327-6243.5%4411
12/31/2013@ UCF90-65W-13.5W147.5O34-6254.8%341121-6035.0%3915
1/4/2014@ RUTGERS83-76W-14.5L145O20-4643.5%321724-5841.4%3419
1/18/2014@ CONNECTICUT76-64W-2.5W140P26-5745.6%451319-5435.2%3010
1/22/2014@ S FLORIDA86-47W-13.5W139U30-5950.8%301016-4436.4%3123
2/5/2014@ HOUSTON              
2/13/2014@ TEMPLE              
2/18/2014S FLORIDA              
2/22/2014@ CINCINNATI              
LOUISVILLE: Louisville and Rick Pitino will try to repeat as national champions this year, even if the team lost some key talent from last year's title-winning squad. The two big missing pieces to replace are PG Peyton Siva, who dictated the pace of the team's up-tempo sets on both ends, and C Gorgui Dieng. But last year's leading scorer came back for his senior season as SG Russ Smith (18.7 PPG, 2.9 APG, 2.1 SPG) prepares for another run. Smith may miss having Siva to dish him the ball, but his strong defensive capabilities should soften the blow of Siva's departure. Junior college transfer PG Chris Jones will replace Siva as the team's point guard, and he may not be able to put up the same numbers as Siva, but Jones will be better than having to slot a freshman in. Also back is SF Luke Hancock (8.1 PPG, 40% 3-pt FG), who was inconsistent all year but was the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player with back-to-back 20-point efforts against Wichita State and Michigan. Replacing Dieng will be C/F Montrezl Harrell (5.7 PPG, 3.6 RPG) who is just 6-foot-8, but has the requisite energy and physical strength to be a dominant player on the block, putting up tremendous numbers given his 16.2 MPG. Further bolstering the squad, Pitino added two solid recruits in SG Anton Gill and PF Akoy Agau, who should both play some key minutes off the bench. Agau will be especially important until Chane Behanan (9.8 PPG, 6.5 RPG) returns from his suspension.
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*UCF-Louisville Preview* ========================


UCF (9-9) at Louisville (17-4), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Louisville hasn't lost back-to-back games in more than a year, and there's little reason to think that will change Saturday night.

The 12th-ranked Cardinals had no problem winning at Central Florida in their American Athletic Conference debut, and they can avoid a second consecutive home loss by having another dominant performance against the slumping Knights.

Louisville (17-4, 6-2) hasn't endured a losing streak since a three-gamer last Jan. 19-26, and it went on to lose only once in its final 20 games to win the national title. All four of the Cardinals' defeats this season have been to ranked teams, and they came back to win by an average of 21.3 points after the first three.

They rallied from a 17-point deficit in the second half Thursday to take the lead against No. 13 Cincinnati but went cold after that in a 69-66 loss. Louisville missed its final five shots, including Luke Hancock's 3-pointer in the final seconds, and Terry Rozier scored his team's only points down the stretch on two free throws.

The Cardinals dropped 2 1/2 games behind the first-place Bearcats in the AAC.

"A conference championship is nice, but I think everybody on this team has their eyes set higher," said Hancock, averaging 15.9 points in AAC play. "We've got to make a lot of changes and get a lot better if we want to make that run and do what we've done the last couple years."

Coach Rick Pitino's team recorded season lows for rebounds (25) and steals (three) as it had a four-game winning streak snapped.

"We had them rattled and we let the game get away from us," Pitino said. "I'm proud of the effort, but I'm not proud of the defensive execution or the rebounding.

"We only have a day to prepare and get ready for Central Florida. We can't hang our heads, and we've got to get ready."

It's a similar situation to when the Cardinals faced UCF on Dec. 31. They were coming off a loss in a big game - 73-66 to archrival Kentucky - and rolled to a 90-65 win over the Knights to open AAC play. Russ Smith had 24 points, including six 3-pointers, and nine assists as Louisville outshot UCF 54.8 percent to 35.0.

While the Cardinals have won their last 28 games against unranked teams, the Knights have lost by double digits in all three matchups with Top 25 foes and in five straight road games.

UCF (9-9, 1-6) has lost five in a row overall by an average of 14.6 points, including a 69-59 home loss to No. 22 Memphis on Wednesday. The Knights scored just five points in the final 8:52.

Leading scorer Isaiah Sykes (15.6 ppg) had 24 points, but only one teammate finished in double figures - Matt Williams with 13 points.

"I'm proud of this basketball team. We've gotten better in a lot of ways. I think we're growing," coach Donnie Jones said. "We just need to compete and work. There's no time for feeling sorry for ourselves. We'll just get back to work."

Sykes had 19 points in the loss to Louisville, but no other UCF player had more than eight. The Knights are 0-2 against the Cardinals and fell 78-58 in their only other visit to Louisville on Dec. 15, 1999.

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