Coaches have a saying: don't let one opponent beat you twice -- i.e., get over a loss. So far Louisville is letting Georgia Tech beat it twice. Cardinals score 14 POINTS in the first half and trail Clemson by 17. What a tire fire.
Three days after its worst performance of the season in a loss at Georgia Tech, Louisville has 11 points in 13 minutes and trails Clemson by 13.
Not shocked. Nwora just barely participated -- much less competed -- at Georgia Tech.
Chris Mack announced during his pregame interview with Paul Rogers that Jordan Nwora will not start in Louisville’s 4 p.m. game at Clemson. That will end a streak of 54 straight starts for the junior forward who led the ACC in scoring entering today.