After allowing 12 transition points in the first half, Louisville limited Cal to two transition points after intermission, including no transition plays in the final 13:01 of the game. The slower pace worked to the Cardinals advantage, as they forced a turnover on 32.1 percent of the Golden Bears half-court possessions in the second half, while holding them to 28.6 percent shooting.
Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer and Missouri coach Robin Pingeton talk about the schedule release and the respect they have for each other's program.
No. 5 Minnesota earns a four-set win over No. 11 North Carolina as the Golden Gophers took three out of four sets in Chapel Hill.