Saturday will seem like old times when No. 6 Louisville travels to face Memphis.
The game could also offer a look into the future, albeit briefly.
The former Conference USA rivals will be meeting for the 87th time but this one has the feel of a Big East Conference game. That's because Memphis is scheduled to join Louisville in the league next season.
For schools very familiar with each other, that makes their rivalry more intriguing even if Louisville has already announced it will be leaving for the Atlantic Coast Conference.
For the Cardinals (8-1), this is another test in a season that has seen them play Northern Iowa, Missouri and Duke. That Memphis reminds Louisville coach Rick Pitino of his own squad makes it that much more important, especially since the Tigers (6-3) began the season ranked.
''It's probably not, in our minds, as the big as the Kentucky rivalry but to a lot of the fans it's just as important as that game,'' Cardinals point guard Peyton Siva said. ''We're j...