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Cincinnati turned the ball over 21 times against Louisville. Presented with minimal comment are all 21 turnovers.
Turnover #1 : Steal
Turnover #2: Guyn, circled, threw a bounce pass to Peyton Siva.
Turnover #3: The Louisville defender comes from behind to strip Thomas
Turnover #5: The arrow is where the inbound pass came from. It never made it to Parker.
Turnover #7: This is a charge
Turnover #7: Parker went up for a shot, thought it was defended, landed and was called for a travel when the official said that didn't happen.
Turnover #8: Rubles has the ball stolen. Easy enough.
Turnover #9: Rubles was going to pass to Kilpatrick, but he started moving. Rubles never stopped moving.
Turnover #10: Behanan comes from behind as the help defender to steal the ball from Parker.
Turnover #11: Kilpatrick went to the block. There was a double team and no one around. He moved his feet.
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