Louisville's 106-51 win over Pittsburgh produced some of the most ridiculous facts that you're ever going to see from a Cardinal basketball game. Here's an attempt at producing a comprehensive list.
--Louisville's 55-point win was the largest margin of victory by a road team in the history of the ACC.
--The margin of victory is tied for the third-largest ever in an ACC game.
--This was the most lopsided victory in the ACC this season, topping Duke's 53-point win over Georgia Tech and North Carolina's 51-point triumph over NC State.
--The 55-point margin of victory was the largest in any ACC game in 52 years.
--This was Pittsburgh's second-worst loss ever, and their worst in 111 years. The Panthers were defeated by something called Westminster by 93 points in 1906.
--The margin of victory was the fourth-largest by a Louisville team in the Rick Pitino era. The largest was a 64-point win over Morehead State in 2004.
--Louisville would have been beating Pitt at halftime even if you took away all of their made free-throws and two-point field goals.
The Cardinals still would have led by 3 at halftime even without attempting a two-point shot (or a free throw) in the first half. pic.twitter.com/v7Q2KrAklp— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 25, 2017
--Louisville made 39 field goals. Pittsburgh made just 13. Louisville made its 13th field goal of the game at the 12:50 mark of the first half.
--Pitt still managed to outscore Louisville from the free-throw line, 22-16.
--If Louisville hadn't scored another point after Jaylen Johnson's made basket 34 seconds into the second half the Cardinals still would have won.
--Louisville set a new school record for beating a point spread.
UofL beat the closing line of Louisville -4.5 by 50.5. The previous record was 42.5 when Louisville (-18.5) beat Rutgers 92-31 in 2014.— Kelly Dickey (@RealCardGame) January 25, 2017
--Louisville scored 52 points in the paint. The Cardinals would have beaten Pitt by one if they'd scored from no other place on the court.
--Three Louisville players recorded their career-highs in this game -- Donovan Mitchell (29), Ryan McMahon (15) and Jay Henderson (4).
--Freshman walk-on Tyler Sharpe scored his first career points.
--The 55-point margin of victory was Louisville's largest in a road game under Rick Pitino. The previous high was 45, which U of L had recorded twice.
--Quentin Snider didn't even play.