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Louisville Aims to Shock Wildcats

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Mission Impossible. Can’t be done. Kentucky cannot be beaten – not by anyone in this Final Four, and certainly not by Louisville.

That is the conventional wisdom, and it’s a well-attended convention. The Wildcats are ranked No. 1, 36-2, loaded with NBA talent and treating the NCAA tournament field like the Globetrotters treated the Washington Generals. The Cardinals have lost nine times this season – including a solid New Year’s Eve defeat at Kentucky – have maybe one player who could start for UK, and have survived two near-death experiences earlier in this tournament.

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