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In yesterday’s blog post from RickPitino.com, when giving an update on all the current members of the team, Coach Pitino mentioned that guards Luke Hancock and Mike Marra would be back from injury in 10 days. Marra suffered a season ending knee injury in the Cards second game of the season. Hancock, who sat out last year because of the NCAA’s transfer rule, injured his shoulder in the spring and had offseason surgery.
Considering that Hancock is expected to step in and play a rather large role for the 2012-13 team, I think most fans were excited to hear that the George Mason transfer is making a quicker recovery than expected. However, for Mike Marra, it’s a different story. With Marra having a somewhat unsuccessful and inconsistent first two seasons at Louisville, maybe it’s just me, but I get the vibe that Cardinal fans don’t’ expect much from him this season.
I could be wrong, but I think Marra’s role in 2012-13 will be more important than some people expect. With guys like Gorg...
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