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Louisville Post-Game Press

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Walz tends to say the same stuff most post games. I guess most coaches do. I thought Asia’s comments about the defensive breakdowns were accurate.
I find Geno really interesting and insightful. He does wait a while before he answers but it’s good stuff.
 
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Here is a later edition article from Louisville: After loss to UConn, the Cardinals embrace their identity: They're fighters

So many, it's human nature, think we would have won that game if blah, blah, blah.... Well you don't get to pick pieces of games a discount them. Still, they try:

"In a sense, Louisville fulfilled the expectation that awaits all UConn opponents, just another casualty of the dynasty. The Cardinals may be battered and bruised, but they aren't down for the count.

"Our confidence isn't down at all," Hines-Allen said. "We just came in here and played UConn, the No. 1 team in the country, a team that hasn't lost in (99) games, and we lose by 11 – and we don't play a first good quarter. If anything it's up right now because we knew this was our game and if we played hard for the whole game, it was ours for the taking."
 
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Funny how Jeffy started out by saying there are no moral victories then went on to explain how this was a moral victory. Nope it wasn't, unless he wants to have the first half, not just the first quarter erased from the history books.
As F. Scott Fitzgerald said, "The test of a first rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function."
 
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Here is a later edition article from Louisville: After loss to UConn, the Cardinals embrace their
So many, it's human nature, think we would have won that game if blah, blah, blah.... Well you don't get to pick pieces of games a discount them. Still, they try:

"In a sense, Louisville fulfilled the expectation that awaits all UConn opponents, just another casualty of the dynasty. The Cardinals may be battered and bruised, but they aren't down for the count.

"Our confidence isn't down at all," Hines-Allen said. "We just came in here and played UConn, the No. 1 team in the country, a team that hasn't lost in (99) games, and we lose by 11 – and we don't play a first good quarter. If anything it's up right now because we knew this was our game and if we played hard for the whole game, it was ours for the taking."
Funny how Jeffy started out by saying there are no moral victories then went on to explain how this was a moral victory. Nope it wasn't, unless he wants to have the first half, not just the first quarter erased from the history books.
I caught that too. He’ll say what he thinks will sound good and then contradict himself . Reality is it was a huge moral victory for the team. Which is unfortunate. Look at Myisha’s comments. She sounded thrilled .
 
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