Found February 14, 2014 on The Cardinal Connect:
PLAYERS: Doris Burke
TEAMS: Temple Owls
Photo courtesy Temple University At this point, it feels like the Louisville basketball team hasn’t played in months. The Cards have now gone nine days without a game, which is the longest of any team in the country. Fortunately they’ll be back in action on Friday evening taking on the Temple Owls. The game was initially scheduled for Thursday at 7 PM, however the winter weather in Philadelphia caused the game to be postponed. UofL announced on Thursday evening that the game will be made up on Friday at 6 PM. Here is some information on the TV & Radio broadcasts for tonight’s match-up, courtesy of GoCards.com. The Feb. 14 game airs on ESPN2, with Dave O’Brien (play-by-play) and Doris Burke (analyst) calling the action. Paul Rogers (play-by-play) and Bob Valvano (analyst) will announce the game on WHAS 840 AM. The contest also is available on SIRIUS channel 85 and XM channel 85. I wouldn’t be too surprised if we see somewhat of a sluggish start from the Cards, considering they’ve...
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