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Blowout gets Louisville on track

Posted: February 4, 2013 at 3:50 a.m.

Louisville guard Russ Smith (2) fights his way to the basket past Marquette’s Trent Lockett (22) and Derrick Wilson during the second half of Sunday’s game in Louisville, Ky. Smith finished with 18 points and Louisville defeated Marquette 70-51.

Louisville guard Russ Smith (2) fights his way to the basket past Marquette’s Trent Lockett (22) and Derrick Wilson during the second half of Sunday’s game in Louisville, Ky. Smith finished with 18 points and Louisville defeated Marquette 70-51.

Two weeks of struggle had begun to raise questions about Louisville’s ability to contend in the Big East.

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Sports, Pages 15 on 02/04/2013

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