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NEW YORK - A notebook of items from the Louisville quarterfinal victory over Villanova in the Big East Conference Tournament, including a meeting with former President Bill Clinton and Peyton Siva’s quest for a school record.
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Louisville knocked off Villanova by a score of 74-55 Thursday night in the Big East quarterfinals at Madison Square Garden, and the celebration carried over into their locker room. In one of the most random sets of pictures that we have seen in some time, Bill Clinton was photographed numerous times celebrating with the team. The photos were posted by Louisville’s Chane...
Bill Clinton stopped by the Louisville locker room after the Cardinals beat Villanova in the Big East Tourney, and, of course, the Twitterverse went nuts.
The only real question is how many of the U of L dancers are going home with Billy tonight?
My guess is at least three.
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After a big Cardinals win, the basketball squad received a surprise locker room visit from none other than President Bill Clinton. A longtime basketball fan, Mr. Clinton and Louisville coach Rick Pitino are boys. The Prez posed with the players, but was far more excited to stand beside the cheerleading squad. Slick Willy Strikes Again!-TO
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Tweet The Louisville Cardinals, ranked fourth in the nation, defeated Villanova in the quarterfinals of the Big East Tournament on Thursday night, 74-55. As they took to the locker room post-game, they were met by a surprise when former President Bill Clinton joined them in their celebration. Many people would expect a motivational speech from [...]
Like clockwork, Bill Clinton showed up at MSG and tore **** up at the Big East Tournament last night. It seems every year he steals the show with ridiculous fan photos, but this year he took it to the next level.
He raided the Louisville locker room, took crazy photos with Peyton Siva, Russ Smith and the rest of the Cardinals.
Of course, Bill took the time to mingle with both the...
Former President of the free world Bill Clinton stopped into the Louisville Cardinals locker room to help celebrate Thursday night’s Big East tournament win over Villanova.
The Louisville Cardinals received more than just a pat on the back from head coach Rick Pitino after 74-55 victory over Villanova Thursday night. Instead, Peyton Siva and company were surprised by the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton.
The connection between Clinton and the Cardinals is relevant. The longtime basketball fan is good friends with Pitino going back to...
The 42nd President can still get down. Bill Clinton, who is friends with head coach Rick Pitino, made a surprise appearance following Louisville’s quarterfinals win over Villanova on Thursday at Madison Square Garden
Russ Smith on the Clinton era: “I think I was around for that.” Smith was 1.5 years old when Clinton was elected.
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When ESPN showed Bill Clinton sitting in the stands during the Cardinals’ game against Villanova, we all just figured he was there as a fan to take in the last Big East Tournament (as we know it). But apparently he was in the Louisville locker room after the game, giving a speech to the team and taking goofy pictures with Chane Behanan.
The below are taken from Behanan’s Instagram...
It seems every year Bill Clinton steals the show at the Big East tourney with ridiculous fan photos, but this year he took it to the next level. He raided the Louisville locker room, took crazy photos with Peyton Siva, Russ Smith and the rest of the Cardinals.
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Bill Clinton has a serious case of March Madness. Check out the
former Prez crashing Louisville's postgame party after the
Cardinals' Big East tourney win.
If you haven’t already heard, Bill Clinton, the former president of the United States stopped by the Louisville locker room last night following the Cardinals 74-55 win over Villanova in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament. Senior point guard Peyton SIva says he was extremely honored to meet Clinton and was surprised about how much he knew about basketball
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