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Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino has been officially inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Here’s a photo of his new hardware:
Louisville Coach Rick Pitino with his hardware following his @Hoophall enshrinement #2013HOF #L1C4 pic.twitter.com/Hhq0zfdcIK
— Kenny Klein (@KKcards) September 8, 2013
That’ll look nice next to his 2013 National Championship trophy and ring.
Prior to taking the lead position with the Cardinals basketball team in 2001, Pitino coached at three schools on the collegiate level — Boston University, Providence College and the University of Kentucky. He is considered to be one of the best basketball coaches in the country, earning two national championships in his career. This honor is definitely deserved - even Kentucky thinks so. Congrats, coach.
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Rick Pitino received his third commitment from the 2014 class last week when Jaylen Johnson, a 6-foot-9 forward for Ypsilanti, MI., gave Louisville a verbal pledge. Of the three current commitments, Johnson is easily the least known prospect.
He didn’t become a top target for the Louisville staff until midway through the summer and isn’t has highly regarded as JaQuan Lyle and...
Rick Pitino could retire right now and go out as one of the best college basketball coaches of all time. In all honesty, Pitino really doesn’t have much left to prove. He just won a national championship, becoming the first to do so with multiple programs and was recently inducted into the Hall of Fame.
While some may have expected to the 60-year-old legend to relax a little bit...
Louisville head basketball coach Rick Pitino will be officially inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame this afternoon in Springfield, MA. Pitino, along with the rest of the 2013 Hall of Fame class participated in Saturday’s news conference and jacket presentation. Here is video from Pitino’s portion of the press conference, courtesy of Steve Andress of WDRB.com who...
Louisville Cardinals coach Rick Pitino is making sure his Hall of Fame trophy is safe, even buckling it into its own seat belt.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Rick Pitino remembers the training meals at the pizza place where his Boston University teams ate more than 30 years ago.
Even Hall of Famers have to start somewhere.
That obscure beginning provided a foundation for a coaching career that took him to two NBA teams and three other colleges, all reaching the Final Four and two winning NCAA championships.
Long before Rick Pitino guided the Louisville Cardinals to their most recent national title, he coached their biggest rival, Kentucky, leading the Wildcats to a championship in 1996. Pitino left UK on bad terms, ditching the school for another shot at the NBA with the Boston Celtics. Pitino further became the ire of Kentucky fans when he accepted the Louisville job in 2001. But apparently...
No I won't post or link to it, but we all remember the Elite 8 game when Louisville's Kevin Ware shattered his leg challenging a jump shot, keeping him out for the rest of the tournament. I am no doctor, but I am shocked that he's even able to move around without crutches right now. But he's doing a lot more than that. Wanting to be back for the start of the year...
Kevin Ware may be alright after all. The Louisville Cardinals’ guard, who suffered one of the most graphic broken legs of all time…
Teddy Bridgewater threw for 397 yards and four touchdowns, and eighth-ranked Louisville routed Eastern Kentucky 44-7 Saturday on a day the Cardinals' defense just missed a shutout for a second straight week.
Linebacker Preston Brown had two sacks for Louisville, and Calvin Pryor had an interception as Louisville limited Eastern Kentucky to 76 yards total offense in the first...
More often than not, it’s rare to see many notable changes on the Louisville depth chart throughout the season. Sure, there are some minor changes here and there, but usually nothing too surprising. However, as the Louisville football team prepares for the third game of the season, there are a couple of notable changes that caught my attention.
Although Senorise Perry is still...
With just four days until Louisville and Kentucky battle for the Governor’s Cup, rivalry week is now in full effect. Louisville fans hope Charlie Strong and the Cardinals will embarrass their in-state enemy for the second year in a row while Kentucky fans are searching for optimism.
While this rivalry in football doesn’t get much respect on the national level, Louisville fans...
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The 8th-ranked University of Louisville Cardinals cruised to victory against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday. Cardinal Authority takes a look back at U of L's 44-7 win.
Team was not focused
With the fact Louisville just came off a sound butt-kicking of Ohio in week 1 and have the Governor’s Cup battle this week against Kentucky, there was a decent chance we’d see a less than perfect performance against the Colonels. Now, that’s not to mean the Cards played poorly because I don’t believe you can say a team played poorly in a 44-7 win, but...
Two weeks after his moped accident, Louisville junior defensive end Lorenzo Mauldin hasn't missed a beat on the defensive line.