Senior Kyle Kuric sees it every year at Louisville. Come February, the Cardinals go from fair to fabulous.
Kuric has been a part of a group that's won 21 of 29 games in the shortest month of the year, which bodes well when No. 19 Louisville (22-7, 10-6 Big East) hosts South Florida on Wednesday night.
''We're a very well-conditioned team, so it helps us out. Everything starts clicking,'' Kuric said. ''The freshmen start understanding, not thinking out there like, `That was my rotation, my fault. They're there and now it's good rotation, good job and play.' Now everything is starting to come together, everybody's starting to play well together and that's just this time of year.''
Kuric said coach Rick Pitino's practices also help as the season wanes.
''There's a lot of running, it's a very intense practice, but until you see it and you're actually involved in it every day, you really don't understand how difficult and demanding it can be,'' said Kuric, who leads the Cardinals ave...