How to Watch Louisville vs. Drake Women: NCAA Tournament First Round Streaming & TV Info
Get live streaming, TV channel and game information for the Louisville vs. Drake women's basketball NCAA Tournament First Round game on Saturday, March 18, 2023. The 12th-seeded Drake Bulldogs (22-9) will face the No. 5 seed Louisville Cardinals (23-11) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday. The contest will be streamed live via fuboTV, with the Bulldogs scoring 15.9 more points per game (79.1) than the Cardinals allowing their opponents to score (63.2). When Louisville scores more than 63.2 points, Drake is 18-6. Louisville's record is 21-8 when it allows fewer than 79.1 points, and when the Cardinals put up more than 65.5 points, it is 17-4. When Drake allows less than 72.8 points, the Cardinals shoot 44.8% from the field, 7% higher than the Bulldogs allow defensively.
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An opening-round NCAA Tournament matchup will see the 12th-seeded Drake Bulldogs (22-9) play against the No. 5 seed Louisville Cardinals (23-11) on Saturday at Moody Center. The contest begins at 7:30 PM.
Hoping to catch this game live? Below, we provide all the info you need to know about how to watch this contest on fuboTV.
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• When: Saturday, March 18, 2023 at 7:30 PM ET
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• The Bulldogs score 15.9 more points per game (79.1) than the Cardinals allow their opponents to score (63.2).
• When it scores more than 63.2 points, Drake is 18-6.
• Louisville's record is 21-8 when it allows fewer than 79.1 points.
• The Cardinals put up 7.3 more points per game (72.8) than the Bulldogs give up (65.5).
• When Louisville puts up more than 65.5 points, it is 17-4.
• When Drake allows fewer than 72.8 points, it is 18-4.
• The Cardinals shoot 44.8% from the field, 7% higher than the Bulldogs allow defensively.
• The Bulldogs' 50.9 shooting percentage from the field is 11.2 higher than the Cardinals have given up.
Topics: Basketball, College Sports, Kentucky, Louisville, Drake