Senior forward Otis George
missed his second straight game due to a sore foot.
The Cardinals wore gray uniforms at home for the first time in school history.
Louisville played its final exhibition game of the 2004-05 season against #2 ranked Lindsey Wilson ¡V an NAIA school from Columbia, Ky.
Sophomore Brandon Jenkins would¡¦ve reached a new-career high for points with 15, including 7-of-10 free throws. He didn¡¦t commit a single turnover in the contest.
Freshman Juan Palacios would¡¦ve reached new career-highs for points with 19 and rebounds with 11. It was also his first double-double. His 19 points bested his previous high of 16 against Lafayette on December 4, 2004 and his 11 boards were better than the eight he snagged against the Leopards.
Senior Ellis Myles hit eight consecutive free throws over the last two games before missing on his fifth attempt.
U of L has gathered double-digits in steals in each of its last three games (10 vs. Stanford, 14 vs. Lafayette and 13 vs. Lindsey Wilson).
Freshman Lorenzo Wade tallied what would¡¦ve been a career-high for points with 11 and also buried 3-of-7 3-point field goals.
The Cardinals limited the Blue Raiders to just 46 points, the lowest versus the Cardinals this season. Lindsey Wilson hit just 15-of-48 shots from the floor, hitting just 31.2 percent of its field goal attempts.
Louisville shot 51.0 percent from the floor, the third time in the last four games the Cardinals hit better than 50.0 percent from the floor this year.
Louisville blocked eight shots for the second straight game.