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Louisville adjusts to regular life again vs. Miami

Dec 1, 2007 - 2:54 PM Miami (Ohio) (3-2) at No. 10 Louisville (4-1) 2:00 pm EST

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (Ticker) - After three games in four days, Louisville is just happy to get back to a regular schedule.

The 10th-ranked Cardinals return to some degree of normalcy when they host Miami of Ohio on Saturday.

Louisville routed Las Vegas Invitational host Nevada-Las Vegas, 68-48, on November 21 before getting upset, 78-76, by Brigham Young two days later. The Cardinals wrapped up their busy Thanksgiving weekend less than 24 hours later by downing a gritty Old Dominion squad last Saturday, 64-53.

The team is being led by 6-8 sophomore forward Earl Clark, who is averaging 14.8 points and 12 rebounds in 36 minutes per game, all of which lead the team.

Junior forward Terrence Williams is averaging just over 35 minutes per game and has already registered a triple-double - 14 points, 12 rebounds and 13 assists - in a season-opening 104-69 win over Hartford on November 17.

The RedHawks are coming off a tough 63-62 home loss on Wednesday vs. Dayton in which the team did not trail until five seconds remaining.

Only two players are averaging scoring more than 10 points per game, but their leading scorer - guard Michael Bramos - figures to give the Cardinals all they can handle after scoring more than 30 points in each of Miami's last two games.