2007 March Madness Bookie Guide: Louisville Cardinals

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Mar/01/2017

Ranked number 7 with just two games left to play, the Louisville Cardinals have been beating up the bookies badly this season and we see no let up heading into March Madness.

Over the last six game stretch, the Cardinals have experienced their worse performance Against The Spread the entire season, failing to cover in four of six.  Prior to this time, Louisville had not failed to cover in consecutive games.

Here is what you can look forward to with the Cardinals:

From ESPN.com:

Rick Pitino's team is like a python that squeezes opponents for 94 feet. And the Cardinals boast talented athletes such as Donovan Mitchell. They demonstrated their gifts in a 20-point win over Syracuse on Sunday. But that 0-for-5 stretch in the first half? That was Louisville's rickety offensive station wagon that misses a lot of free throws (66 percent from the charity stripe in ACC play) and encounters too many droughts. It's easy to imagine Pitino's team clanking its way to an early exit.

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