Cat Barber may be confident, but Quentin Snider isn't backing down
03/27/2015 07:12 PM
In this first match-up between Louisville and NC State, Anthony “Cat” Barber was dynamic. The Wolfpack point guard scored 21 points, dished out four assists and collected two steals.
His confidence has seemingly soared since then, and his enhanced play has carried into the NCAA Tournament. Heading into tonight’s rematch against the Cards, Barber says he’s ready to exploit UofL, and particularly Quentin Snider, with his cat-like quickness.
With Chris Jones still on the team, Snider played only 11 minutes the first time the two teams played. But given his success so far during March Madness, the freshman point guard is not backing down.