Memphis vs. Louisville Postgame Notes (Mar. 1)
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March 1, 2014

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  Memphis vs. Louisville - Series Notes

  • With today's win, Memphis now trails Louisville 55-34 in the all-time series.

  • Memphis won both games in the 2013-14 season series. The Tigers also won in Louisville 73-67 Jan. 9. This represents the first season sweep for Memphis over Louisville since 1996-97.

  • Today's win snapped a three-game winning streak for Louisville in Memphis. Before today, the Tigers last posted a victory over Louisville in Memphis in 2003-04, a 62-58 win at The Pyramid (Feb. 4, 2004).

  • Today's game was the 14th time Memphis and Louisville met when both were ranked. The Cardinals hold a 9-5 lead in those match-ups. Eleven of those 14 ranked encounters - including today's -- were decided by single digits.

  Memphis vs. Louisville - Team Notes
  • The attendance of 18,375 at today's game is the Tigers' largest home crowd of the season.

  • Memphis is now 176-20 at FedExForum. The 176 wins at FedExForum are the most homecourt wins in the nation since 2004-05 (season the arena opened).

  • The Tigers now are 37-4 in games after a loss under Josh Pastner.

  • Under head coach Josh Pastner, Memphis is 47-22 in single-digit outcome games.

  • Memphis improved to 16-1 when leading at halftime in games this season.

  • The Tigers shot a season-best 66.7 percent on three-point field goals in today's game (6-for-9).

  Memphis vs. Louisville - Player Notes
  • Shaq Goodwin posted his 21st game with six or more rebounds. Goodwin had 10 rebounds today vs. Louisville.

  • Joe Jackson moved up the Memphis career scoring chart with his three points vs. Louisville Saturday. He remained in the No. 9 spot and now has 1,616 points. Up next for Jackson is Bill Cook, who is No. 8 with 1,629 career points from 1972-76.

  • Chris Crawford also moved up the Tigers career scoring list with his 12 points vs. Louisville Saturday. He remained in the No. 29 spot with his 1,183 career points. Up next for Crawford is Doneal Mack, who scored 1,191 career points (2006-10).

  Up Next for Memphis
  • Memphis returns to action Thursday, Mar. 6 when it travels to Cincinnati, Ohio, to face the rival Bearcats in an American Athletic Conference contest. The game, to air on ESPN, is scheduled for a 6 p.m. (CT) start.




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