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Things are going very well for Rick Pitino’s Louisville Cardinals. So well that former President of the United States, Bill Clinton, hungout with them following their win in the Big East Tournament. The best thing about all these pictures is that the Louisville players were pretty much all babies when Bill Clinton took office in his first term. Some of them weren’t born at all. H/T College Basketball Talk
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