Louisville took a step in the right direction on Tuesday night. After the final buzzer sounded, shouts of “Hallelujah” could be heard throughout the arena, as the terror of the referee’s whistle finally came to an end. 65 fouls were called in 40 minutes of game time, that’s an average of over a foul per minute. The Cards were on the right end of these foul calls though, as they walked away with a 104-54 victory.
Jordan Nwora led the scoring with 20 and he was followed by Malik Williams (17 pts), Darius Perry (13 pts) and Steven Enoch (13 pts). Akoy Agau finally saw action as a Cardinal again after all of these years and Wyatt Battaile saw his first minutes of his career.
The Cards dominated against a lesser opponent, as they should. They return to the KFC Yum! Center on Friday night to take on a very good Vermont team.