Posted January 25, 2013 on louisville.scout.com
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University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino isn’t hitting the panic button after Cardinals have lost back-to-back games. Pitino told the media on Friday heading into Saturday’s game against Georgetown the Cardinals will make some “subtle changes” to the lineup and noted that more than anything his team has to “dramatically” improve on the defensive end.
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