End of an Era - University of Louisville's Last Game in Freedom Hall March 6, 2010 Louisville 78 - Syracuse 68 The University of Louisville closed out its regular season and 54 year history in Freedom Hall with a 78-68 victory over then top ranked Syracuse on March 6, 2010. Sophomore forward Kyle Kuric scored a career high 22 points -- all in the second half -- to lead the Cardinals, while connecting on 9-of-11 field goals (4-of-6 three pointers, four dunks). The senior day crowd of 20,135 was a record for the facility, which has been the site of six NCAA Final Fours. Members of the Cardinals' 1980 and 1986 NCAA Championship teams and seven additional U of L All-Americas were honored at halftime of the game. Includes: The entire game with special features presented in fullscreen digital video. Bonus Features: Senior Day Pregame Ceremony - Coach Rick Pitino honors the four departing U of L seniors playing their final home game. History Come to Life - Halftime ceremony which honors the Cardinals' 1980 and 1986 NCAA Champions and seven additional former All- Americans. Pervis Ellison, Darrell Griffith and Denny Crum speak to the crowd. Post-game Celebration -- Coach Rick Pitino starts off the celebration, speaking about the game, the seniors and the former Cardinals in attendance. Each senior player speaks, as well as Denny Crum and select former players.
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