Notre Dame beats Louisville in Five Overtimes!

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Notre Dame survived a seemingly insurmountable deficit in the final minutes against Louisville and persevered through five overtimes to knock off the Cardinals 104-101.

It was the longest game in the history of Notre Dame basketball and the 7th time in the last 11 meetings a game between Notre Dame and Louisville has gone to overtime.

In a game that defied logic, the star player didn’t even see the court during regulation.  Garrick Sherman checked in during the first overtime and scored 17 points and added six rebounds.

With the victory, Notre Dame improves to 19-5  overall and 7-4 in the Big East conference.

For a complete recap of the amazing game along with post-game reactions from the locker room, visit our partners at the Chicago Tribune.–20130210,0,6407429.story


  • "Thor"

    "visit our parters at the Chicago Tribune."

    Come on guys, what are parters? That public school education not working out for you? If you need a good proofreader let me know,being retired I'm available. Thank you.

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