Louisville's basketball teams have been pulling for each other during both NCAA tournaments, sweating through the nail biters, cheering the wins.
There hasn't been a loss yet. It sure is a joyous time to be a Cardinal.
The women got a pep talk from men's coach Rick Pitino after they lost to Notre Dame in the Big East tournament - and they haven't lost since, beating Cal 64-57 on Sunday night to advance to the school's second NCAA championship game.
The women's players gathered at a New Orleans restaurant to watch the men beat Wichita State on Saturday and will be watching again Monday night when the men play Michigan for the title.
''The way I look at it, I think the men are trying to feed off of our success,'' women's coach Jeff Walz said with a smirk before adding on a serious note that he'd received word from Atlanta that the Louisville men ''were in the hotel lobby, jumping up and down and cheering for us.''
Pitino texted Walz after their victory ''congratulating us and tel...