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Louisville-Boston College Preview
(AP) -- Much of what has made Louisville successful has come on the defensive end, but it's found against top competition that its offensive shortcomings have been insurmountable.
The 10th-ranked Cardinals showed signs of sprouting some offensive legs in their latest game, and further harnessing it Wednesday night at Boston College could do them some good leading into their next major ACC clash.
Sunday's 80-68 win at Pittsburgh featured a season-high 65.2 percent shooting from the Cardinals (16-3, 4-2), who connected on 34.3 percent in losses to ranked squads Kentucky, North Carolina and Duke. The effort more than doubled their 29.5 percent mark from a 63-52 home loss to Duke in their previous game Jan. 17.MORE
|Atlantic Coast Standings|
|8 Notre Dame||7-1||19-2|
|13 North Carolina||7-1||17-4|
|23 Miami (FL)||4-2||14-5|
|North Carolina State||4-4||13-8|
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