Louisville survives Pittsburgh in the Zoo


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No. 11 Louisville (22-6, 11-4) went up to the chilly confines of Pittsburgh (19-8, 8-7) and squeezed out a 67-60 win. The Cardinal trademark defense was in full effect keeping the Panthers to 42 percent shooting overall and 22 percent from beyond the arc. Meanwhile, the Cards also shot almost 44 percent from beyond the arc themselves.

Louisville had four players in double figure scoring led by Quentin Snider's 14 off the bench. Damion Lee had 13 points, Deng Adel had 12 with seven rebounds and Chinanu Onuaku had 10 points with six boards. Louisville next plays at Miami on Saturday.