Louisville handed twelfth ranked North Carolina their worst home loss since 2002 this past Saturday, with a score of 83-62. It was also Louisville’s first program win at North Carolina since joining the ACC and a school-record margin of victory on the road vs an AP ranked team. The Cards were a 12-point underdog going into the game. Junior power forward, Dwayne Sutton had a second straight double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. He also had a career-high of seven assists. Junior center, Steven Enoch also had a double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Enoch’s 17 points was a season-high record. The Cards held the Tar Heels to 34.5% in field goals and 13.6% in 3-point field goals. They managed to go 51.9% in field goals and 42.3% in 3-point field goals. Chances of Louisville making the tournament stand at 85% of getting a bid and 1% of getting an automatic bid. “They are good enough to be a tournament team, but with them being young, they have to learn from their mistakes in order to have big wins as they did against North Carolina,” said OHS teacher Logan Johnson. Louisville currently has an overall record of 11-5 and is in sixth place in the ACC standings with an ACC record of 2-1. The Cards next take on Boston College who has an overall record of 9-6 and currently sit in last place in the ACC standings with an ACC record of 0-3 tonight at the KFC Yum Center.