2008 Big East Men's Basketball Championships
Louisville Cardinals David Padgett (4) lays the ball up over Pittsburgh Panthers Levance Fields in the first half at the Big East Basketball Championships at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 13, 2008. (UPI Photo/John Angelillo) .
Earl Clark's 14 points led a balanced, hot-shooting Louisville attack Sunday in a 78-48 NCAA Tournament rout of Oklahoma.
Ronald Ramon and Levance Fields led the way in overtime Thursday, giving Pittsburgh an upset 76-69 win over Louisville in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals.
DaJuan Summers' late three-pointer Saturday lifted 10th-ranked Georgetown past No. 13 Louisville 55-52 and the Big East Conference's regular season crown.
David Padgett had 26 points and six rebounds Thursday to lead 18th-ranked Louisville past No. 17 Notre Dame 90-85.
David Padgett scored a season-high 21 points Sunday, helping No. 23 Louisville down Pittsburgh 75-73 for its seventh straight victory.
David Padgett led the way with 18 points Saturday in Louisville's 59-51 upset of sixth-ranked Georgetown.
A 20-point performance by Terrence Williams and a strong defensive effort Thursday carried Louisville to a 71-51 victory over No. 13 Marquette.
Louisville sophomore center-forward Derrick Caracter was suspended Monday by Cardinals Coach Rick Pitino for breaking team rules.
Louisville starting center David Padgett will miss at least 10 weeks after breaking his knee Sunday in the sixth-ranked Cardinals' win over Jackson State.
Terrence Williams recorded a triple-double Saturday as sixth-ranked Louisville belted Hartford 104-69 in the Cardinals' season-opener.