Well, we could begin with arguably the gutsiest set out of bounds play in the history of U of L hoops.
Or, a git ‘er done second half performance for the ages.
Or, how a mediocre at best, anemic at worst FT shooting squad shot bester than the best in the land at the charity stripe. (Which nominates me for the award for Best Use of A Word and its Permutations in a Single Sentence.)
Or, how the Ladybirds overcame serious technical difficulties to prove yet again how their discipline is one of America’s Great Endeavors.
Or, how the Cards didn’t let a mediocre effort at the end of the first, and an even lamer beginning to the second get them down.
Or, how U of L wobbled near the conclusion, but remained steadfast and, following the sage words of Mr. Bunny, “did not relinquish the lead.”
Or, how the guys in the white unis played a single defense all night — man to man — and thwarted one of the best coached, best executing teams extant.
And, time permitting, I’ll get to all that.
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