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No. 5 Louisville blows out Rutgers

Chris Jones supplied 18 points and six steals as fifth-ranked Louisville embarrassed Rutgers, 92-31, to reach the semifinals of the American Athletic Conference Tournament.
March 13, 2014 at 5:48 PM   |   Comments

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Chris Jones supplied 18 points and six steals as fifth-ranked Louisville embarrassed Rutgers 92-31 to reach the semifinals of the American Athletic Conference Tournament.

Russ Smith netted 16 points with five assists, Terry Rozier had 14 points off the bench while Luke Hancock and Montrezl Harrel scored 13 apiece. Louisville (27-5) forced 26 turnovers which led to 44 points in the romp.

The Cardinals will take on Houston, who was a surprise winner over No. 25 SMU earlier, in the semis.

Myles Mack scored eight points and Kadeem Jack had seven with six rebounds for Rutgers (12-21), who led 7-6 early on before Louisville closed out the first half on a 52-9 run.

[SportsNetwork.com]

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