LSU womens hoops prepares for Louisville, Sweet 16
LOUISVILLE, KY - Down two injured players and standing as the lowest remaining seed in the NCAA tournament, the LSU Tigers enter their Sweet 16 matchup against Louisville as a decided underdog.
Add in the fact that LSU already lost to the Cardinals 88-67 earlier this season, and it looks almost like an insurmountable task to topple the number four team in the country on their home court.
Tigers head coach Nikki Caldwell, however, maintains that opponents shouldn't underestimate her scrappy group of overachievers.
"We've got a group of young ladies that have made the commitment to really play together and lay it on the line," Caldwell said Saturday.
Tip off is at 1:30 Central Time, and the game can be seen on ESPN2.
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