Screw job. With a 29-4 record and No. 4 RPI ranking, Louisville expected a No. 2 seed and hoped to play close to home, preferably in Bowling Green, Ky. Instead, the Cardinals were disappointed to find out they were given the No. 3 seed in the Raleigh Regional, playing this weekend in Baton Rouge, La. "I have no understanding, but that's OK. We have to play now and win games," coach Jeff Walz said. "We'll explain it to (the team) that I think we got slighted, but that's just my opinion on things. "We'll certainly tell them there's no respect for them. There's no question about that. It's discouraging." The Cardinals will open play against No. 14 seed Liberty (24-8) on Sunday at about 9:30 p.m. EDT. That winner will play the winner between No. 6 LSU and No. 11 Wisconsin-Green Bay next Tuesday. LSU is the host of the first two rounds.