Found September 19, 2012 on Louisville Card Game:
Akoy Agau, a big 6-foot-9, 230-pound power forward from Omaha, is the latest verbal for University of Louisville basketball, class of 2013. Gave his word to Rick Pitino Tuesday night.Appears to be a good ball handler, passer, dribbler, shooter and banger from the video. Who could ask for more?Click here to view the video on YouTube.

Rick Pitino oversigns, everybody looks the other way

When it comes to the likes of Nick Saban or Houston Nutt in football, oversigning is absolutely the most disgusting practice on the face of the earth, at least when it comes to media perception.  For Rick Pitino and a few other college basketball coaches, however, it’s a non-story.  Pitino, as it stands today, looks [...]

Akoy Agau Says He Will Receive A Visit From Rick Pitino Today

Class of 2013 power forward Akoy Agau tells Courier-Journal recruiting writer Steve Jones, who joined me yesterday on the radio show, that Rick Pitino and Kareem Richardson will visit him today in Omaha, NE. Agau, who is originally a native of the Sudan, took an official visit to Louisville over the weekend. According to his interview with the Courier-Journal, Agua enjoyed his visit...

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Akoy Agau Gives His Verbal Pledge To Louisville

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