Matchup With Virginia Highlights Remaining Louisville basketball Schedule

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Louisville is having another great season as fans have come to expect under Rick Pitino. Currently ranked in the top ten, they just have two blemishes on their record, a loss to their hated in-state rival Kentucky and a 72-71 loss to North Carolina on the road. While Louisville has been among the best teams in the country this year, prices are not high for tickets on the secondary market. Every remaining home game for the Cardinals has an average price below $100.

On January 31st, the Cardinals will have a shot at avenging the loss to UNC. This is the first time Louisville will play North Carolina at home as members of the ACC. Considering how close the last game was, the January 31st matchup should be highly competitive. Currently, tickets for this matchup are averaging $97.90 on the secondary ticket market with a get-in price of $31.

The second most expensive remaining game in Louisville will come against the No. 2 Virginia Cavaliers. Virginia is 18-0 and behind only the Kentucky Wildcats in the AP Poll. The game will come on March 7 and Virginia vs Louisville tickets have an average price of $91.11. The get-in price for the game is currently $30.

Two members of the old Big East will battle in Louisville on February 11th. Like the Cardinals, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish also left for the ACC. Currently, the Fighting Irish are ranked No. 12 in the country so fans should be treated to a great matchup. Presently, tickets for the Pittsburgh matchup are averaging $78.87 on the secondary ticket market with a very inexpensive get-in price of $9.