The guy(s) in charge of the shot clock in the gym.
After Tech went up 2 zed on a second chance score during the game’s first possession, before the Cards ever had the rock in their hands, the game was delayed while the timepieces in the facility were synchronized. Five minutes? Ten minutes? Seemed interminable.
The visitors, again in black, stood around, waiting to rock.
Which they did, as in the DeanDome, as soon as the tilt recommenced. Malik Williams found Dwayne Sutton for a deuce on the U of L’s first attack. Khwan Fore drove for a bucket on the next. Jordan Nwora netted a floater next time down court, following it with triple on the next trip.
Four trips. Four shots. Four makes. General ineptitude by the more Wreck than Ramblin’ hometowners.
At 15:07, after several errant Cardinal attempts, Williams drained a trey. Twelve seconds later, Christen Cunningham converted a couple at the charity line. 14-4.
Ball game. Tech never came closer the rest of way. Continue reading Louisville CardFile: Georgia Tech