Louisville Basketball: Revisiting The Last Five Games Against Kentucky

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Dec 26, 2015; Lexington, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino reacts during the first half against the Kentucky Wildcats at Rupp Arena. Kentucky won 75-73. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

NCAA Tournament 2014 | Kentucky 74 – Louisville 69

This was the heartbreaker. Kentucky and Louisville met in the Sweet 16, but it was Kentucky moving onto the Elite 8 after a close win over the Cards thanks to Aaron Harrison.

Harrison ended up being the hero for the Wildcats in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. He hit three huge shots against Louisville, Michigan, and Wisconsin that propelled the Cats into the National Championship game.

Louisville was leading for most of this game, but as usual, they couldn’t close it out.

It was a bitter ending for Russ Smith and Luke Hancock at the University of Louisville, even though Smith went for 23 points and Hancock for 19.

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