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The women’s basketball team from Louisville is expected to triumph in its first-round clash against Drake. However, that doesn’t stop me from getting excited about the Bulldogs’ explosive offense and its potential to upset teams.

Fans of Louisville women’s basketball should prepare for some challenging future games against teams like Stanford, Iowa, and Duke. In the second round, fans of the Cards might even be anticipating a 4-5 game in Austin versus a competitive Texas team.

However, Louisville will need to play at its best against a Drake team that enters the tournament hot in order to advance in the tournament.

Let’s set the scene before I get into what makes this Drake Bulldogs team unique.
First and foremost, you should be aware that Drake’s scoring offense ranks 13th in the country.

Drake is the second-best scoring offense the Cards will play against this season, averaging 79.1 points per game (Florida State).

The absence of elite opponents on the roster of a mid-major club frequently makes it challenging to evaluate how good their offense is. Suffice it to say, though, that the Bulldogs took full advantage of their opportunity this season.

Drake led Iowa to OT in a game that Drake scored 86 points in, and then defeated Nebraska 80–62. In their three meetings with OVC heavyweight Belmont this season, the Bulldogs have also fallen short, 94, 79, and 87, with an 18-point victory in the

Nobody shares the ball as well as Drake’s backcourt. Or everyone who isn’t called Iowa, anyway.

With 20.9 assists per contest, the Bulldogs are second in the country.

A high-risk, high-reward squad is Drake. Despite forcing 14.3 turnovers a game and giving it away 17.5 times, they only boast a 1.2 assist-to-turnover ratio.

Katie Dinnebier, who averages 5.7 assists to 2.5 turnovers per game, is their leader. In addition, the 5’8 sophomore averages 11.4 points per game and shoots a scorching 90% from the free throw line.

Dinnebier reached the line 17 times and recorded 19 assists in the OVC semifinal and championship games. Of her last 38 attempts, she has made 37.

Taylor McCauley, who is 5’11,” replaced the injured

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