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LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Kevin Ware needed just 17 seconds to show Louisville fans he can still play. Ware, the sentimental figure during the Cardinals title run last season, scored Friday night on the first touch of his official return since shattering his leg during last seasons NCAA tournament. The third-ranked Cardinals posted a school-record 19th straight win while welcoming back Ware in a 99-54 victory over Cornell. Ware, who played in an exhibition this season before sitting out Louisvilles first two games, entered with 14:06 left in the first half. He split defenders on a drive to cap a 20-point run that made it 22-2. "I was pretty upset at myself that I didnt dunk that one," Ware said. "I thought the big man would jump so I was looking for the contact. Im just glad that Im playing and just understanding myself again." Ware finished with five points and had two rebounds in 13 minutes. "Hes obviously not afraid to take it to people," Louisville coach Rick Pitino said. "He looked good out there." Wares first game action since his injury came in a Nov. 6 exhibition, 220 days after the lower bone in his right leg came through his skin after a spill in the NCAA tournament. Ware didnt play three days later against College of Charleston as Pitino said the 6-foot-2 sophomore was "still limping a bit" and planned to keep in him on the bench until he recovered. "I didnt feel it, but even my mom and my sisters who came to that practice were telling me that I was limping," said Ware, who also missed Tuesdays win against Hofstra. "At the time I was denying it completely like, Nah, Im fine, Im going to play, but Coach knew what he was doing." Ware showed his athleticism on a rebound he took all the way for a pretty left-handed finish to give Louisville a 39-11 lead with 6:24 remaining in the opening half. Wayne Blackshear led the Cardinals (3-0) with 20 points, hitting 4 of 5 3-pointers. Chane Behanan added 13 points and 12 rebounds. Nolan Cressler scored 10 points for Cornell (0-4). The Cardinals broke the school record for consecutive wins set by the champion 1979-80 team. Louisville won 16 straight in taking its third title last season. This win marked the 1,700th victory in the programs 100th season. Louisville ranks 12th on the all-time win list. Cornell lost to a Top 10 for the second time in seven days, having fallen at Syracuse 82-60 after leading by 14 early in the game. "Youre going against the best teams in America, so you kind of get a barometer of where you may be as a program and as a group," Cornell coach Bill Courtney said. "Our team is so young that were still trying to figure ourselves out." Louisville forward Luke Hancock said the Big Reds fast start against the Orange was a factor in the teams preparation. "The fact that they played so well the first-half against Syracuse, it made us pretty nervous and made us on our toes," said Hancock, who finished with 12 points. A problem with the lights at the KFC Yum! Center caused a 15-minute delay prior to the start of the game. After that, it was all Louisville. Tied at 2, Louisville unleashed the latest of its patented "boom" scoring spurts less than 1 1/2 minutes into the game. Guards Russ Smith and Chris Jones helped the Cardinals score 12 straight points. That forced Cornell to take a timeout, down 14-2 with 16:08 remaining in the half. Two Louisville steals that led to dunks followed, forcing another timeout. Louisville erupted for a 35-2 run in Tuesday nights 97-69 win over Hofstra and closed its opening win against College of Charleston by scoring 22 of the games final 25 points. The Big Red used 15 players in the first half in an attempt to find any sort of success. They trailed 53-14 at halftime, shooting just 16 per cent (5 of 32) in the opening 20 minutes. Cornell shot 29 per cent for the game. Cristian Zapata Jersey . 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The car was later found abandoned. Balotelli wrote Saturday on Twitter: "I feel empty! No emotions . MONTREAL -- The twin Mercedes of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton have so dominated the Formula One circuit this season that even a second-place finish that extended Rosbergs lead in the championship standings left them disappointed. "We need to make sure that were bulletproof," Rosberg said after Daniel Ricciardo passed the hobbled Silver Arrow with two laps to go to win the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. "Having lost the win, thats very, very disappointing, definitely, and also disappointing for us as a team. We have such speed and such a great car, to not win the race and even just finish with one car and come second is hugely disappointing for us, definitely. "Our ambition is to finish one-two so we need to make sure that we get back there again next race in Austria." Mercedes had won every race in the series heading into Montreal, with Rosberg posting two victories and four second-place finishes. Hamilton won the other four races, finishing second in Monaco last month; he had engine trouble and did not finish the season opener in Melbourne. Thats pretty much what it takes to knock the Mercedes off the top spots of the podium, and it happened again this week on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Both Rosberg and Hamilton had the same problem, at about the same time -- the midpoint of the 70-lap race. When Rosberg radioed in for a solution, he was told, "We dont think we can resolve it." Rosberg said the problem put more pressure on the rear brakes, causing them to overheat. "I think it surprised us, yes, because the pace Mercedes has had all year," Ricciardo said. "Obviously, Im still going to take the victory, dont get me wrong. But they had their issues today, which allowed us to really make an attack. "But its nice that we capitalized on that. 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Vettel said he is feeling better about his car, but he wont let the two spots on the podium mask the fact that the Mercedes has been faster all year. And hes not counting on more mechanical problems for Rosberg and Hamilton in the future. "Today, I think we got lucky," said Vettel, the 2013 Montreal winner. "Obviously, it feels great and its a great reward for the whole team after such a painful winter and a very difficult start to the season. To get both cars on the podium and to beat at least one of the Mercedes, I think thats a very, very positive day for us." Ricciardo has two third-place finishes, two fourth-place finishes and a win in his last five races. He crossed the finish line second in the season opener in his homeland, but was later disqualified for an illegal fuel flow. Still, the 24-year-old Australian said it is too soon to the Grand Prix of Austria on June 22. "I think Ill just enjoy this for now and not look too far ahead," he said. 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