Nov 12, 2013; Louisville, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals guard Russ Smith (2) shoots against Hofstra Pride guard/forward Jamall Robinson (20) during the second half of play at the KFC Yum! Center. Louisville defeated Hofstra 97-69. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

Cornell at Louisville Cardinals: Live stream, start time and TV info

What: Cornell at Louisville Cardinals

When: 7:00 PM ET, November 15, 2013

Where: KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Kentucky

Coverage: ESPN3


Prior to the opening of the 2013-14 college basketball season, Louisville Cardinals power forward Chane Behanan was indefinitely suspended and was no longer even living in the dorms the basketball players reside in. Head Coach Rick Pitino made it sound as though Behanon may not return at all this year, but as it turns out, he’s now back with the team and should play significant minutes tonight.

Behanan, a junior, averaged  9.8 points and 6.5 rebounds last season, helping the Cardinals win the NCAA National Championship. Behanan also served a suspension at the beginning of last season. Behanan got 14 minutes off the bench against Hofstra and went 2/4 from the field with one rebound. Transfer Chris Jones took over the point guard spot from the departed Peyton Siva and is fitting right in with an average of 16 points and six assists.

The Cards also got Luke Hancock back from an Achilles injury this past week. Hancock became a star at the Final Four but it was guard Russ Smith who carried the team with his scoring at times last season, and he already looks like he’s in midseason form after scoring 30 points in a win over Hofstra on Tuesday.

“I just think he shot the ball well,” coach Rick Pitino said. “I think he is a remarkable basketball player.”

The Big Red are already 0-3 but put up a fight at Syracuse in their season opener last Friday. Cornell held a 14-point lead on Syracuse and were up 38-32 at the half before being run off the floor in the second half and suffering an 82-60 loss.

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