Found December 07, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
Rick Pitino will address the media at 2:45 to discuss Louisville’s match-up with the University of Missouri Kansas City. Video stream courtesy of Courier-Journal.com Watch live streaming video from cjcards at livestream.com Click here to watch live from the iPhone App
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