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Louisville coach Jeff Walz takes blame after collapse against Miami – JWS

Miami beat Louisville 17-0 in the final five minutes of Friday’s ACC tournament quarterfinals, causing a tremendous turmoil of 61-59.

Second-seeded Louisville maintained a 15-point lead in the second half of the fourth quarter, while seventh-seeded Miami stormed back to win the Destiny Harden buzzer beater.

After the defeat on Friday, Louisville coach Jeff Walz said, “This is my responsibility.” “I’m not going to hold these kids accountable. It’s my fault … As a coach, I learned a valuable lesson there today.”

Waltz said the team “taken a poor shot, did not defend, did not guard”, but eventually “tried to sneak in a bit at the end” and was responsible for the confusing loss. rice field. flow.

The defeat indicates that Louisville was the first to be defeated before the conference tournament semi-finals since the Cardinals joined the ACC in 2015.

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