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Colorado State Rams vs Louisville Cardinals November 28 Preview, Game Time, Matchup Statistics

Something has to give when a pair of streaking teams meet. The Colorado State Rams (5-0) put their four-game win streak on the line against the No. 10 Louisville Cardinals (4-1), who have won four straight, on Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 2:00 PM ET.

Colorado State defeated Lipscomb 81-55 in the team's last outing on Sunday. Upe Atosu scored a team-high 21 points in the victory.

Louisville secured a victory against Cal Poly 72-32 in the team's last outing on Tuesday. Liz Dixon notched a team-leading 15 points in the victory.

Colorado State Team Stats

Colorado State's 70 points per game this season out-paces the 40.2 points per contest Louisville gives up. The Rams are 4-0 when they put up more than 40 points.

The Rams have hit more three-pointers than their opponents this season, making nine shots per game from deep while holding opponents to 6.5 makes per game. When Colorado State hits its average from three-point range this season, the Rams have gone 1-0.

Louisville Team Stats

The Cardinals 67.2 points per game average is more than the 51 Colorado State gives up. When Louisville does reach the 51-point mark, it is 4-0 on the year.

The Cardinals are outshooting their opponents from the field this season, averaging 43.3 percent from the field per game against their opponents' average of 28.2 percent. When Louisville outshoots its season average, the Cardinals are 3-0 this year.

Colorado State Players to Watch

McKenna Hofschild is Colorado State's leading scorer, averaging 17.3 points a contest, and best passer with 3.8 assists per game. Atosu adds 13.5 points for the Rams, and Karly Murphy contributes 12 points and 10.8 rebounds per game.

Hofschild's 2.8 made three-pointers per contest makes her Colorado State's most prolific three-point shooter. She connects on 48 percent of her shots from downtown.

Player stats reflect four of four games this season.

Louisville Players to Watch

Hailey Van Lith leads Louisville in scoring and averages 10.4 points per game. Chelsie Hall paces the squad with 2.8 assists and averages 5.0 points, while Emily Engstler leads the Cardinals with 8.2 rebounds per game and adds 9.6 points.

Kianna Smith makes the most threes per game for Louisville, shooting 41 percent from downtown while knocking down 1.8 three-pointers a contest.

Player stats reflect five of five games this season.

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