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Louisville coach Rick Pitino says that junior forward Chane Behanan has been reinstated and will dress for Tuesday night's game against Hofstra.
Pitino announced on Oct. 17 that Behanan had been suspended indefinitely for violating school policy, but didn't specify what team rule was broken. The coach later said that the 6-foot-6, 250-pound player would miss at least the first month with the third-ranked Cardinals.
The coach said Monday that Behanan had met conditions for his return and returned to practice on Friday.
Pitino says, ''I had a target of 30 straight days of (Behanan) doing the right things and I didn't think he would ever do it, to be honest.''
Pitino also announced senior Luke Hancock will dress after missing the preseason with an Achilles injury.
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Louisville coach Rick Pitino has reinstated forward Chane Behanan has been reinstated and the junior will dress for Tuesday night's game against Hofstra.
Pitino announced on Oct. 17 that Behanan had been suspended indefinitely for violating school policy, but didn't specify what team rule was broken. The coach later said that the 6-foot-6, 250-pound player would miss at...
Louisville coach Rick Pitino says that junior forward Chane Behanan has been reinstated and will dress for Tuesday night’s game against Hofstra.
Pitino of course announced on Oct. 17 that Behanan had been suspended indefinitely for violating school rules, but didn’t specify what team rule was broken.
The coach later said that the 6-foot-6, 250-pound player would miss at least...
Rick Pitino met with the media this afternoon to briefly recap Louisville’s season opening win against College of Charleston and look ahead to tomorrow night’s match-up with Hofstra.
During the press conference, Pitino shared some good news. Junior forward Chane Behanan who has been suspended since mid-October is officially back with the team.
The Louisville Cardinals and coach Rick Pitino have announced the reinstatement of the formerly suspended Shane Behanan.
University of Louisville junior Chane Behanan returned to the court on Tuesday night, playing 14 minutes during a 97-69 victory over Hofstra. Behanan had been suspended from the team and was playing in his first game this season.
Because of Chane Behanan's suspension, Louisville wasn't expected to have its full complement of players until next month.
The third-ranked Cardinals might be at full strength weeks ahead of schedule with Behanan reinstated and NCAA tournament MVP Luke Hancock expected to dress for their team's attempt at a record-tying win streak Tuesday night against Hofstra.
The good news keeps rolling in for the Louisville men’s basketball team. On Monday afternoon, Rick Pitino announced during his weekly press conference that junior forward Chane Behanan had been reinstated.
The Cincinnati native had been indefinitely suspended since Oct. 17. Pitino says he isn’t sure if Behanan will play or not tonight against Hofstra, but he will be in uniform...
Louisville’s head basketball coach Rick Pitino announced on Monday the return of injured Luke Hancock and previously suspended Chane Behanan back to the team as early as Tuesday.
Hancock missed the entire preseason and the game against Charleston Saturday with an injured achilles tendon. The 6′-6″ senior forward is expected to play against Hofstra Tuesday night.
A time for tying up the loose ends together in a 97-69 win for Louisville over Hofstra.
Getting Chane Behanan back in the fold, enabling Luke Hancock to regain his footing.
Allowing Russ Smith to do what comes naturally, throwing up 26 points in the first half, with five three pointers, finishing with 30 points, squeezing in five assists somewhere between 15 shots.
Wednesday Nov. 13 marks the first day of college basketball’s early signing period. This marks the first day that college basketball recruits are allowed to sign with their respective school. They can wait and sign in the spring signing period if they choose to do so, however Wednesday is the first opportunity to make their commitments official.
At this point, it appears that...
Although the first half wasn’t exactly what we expected, Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals finished strong and cruised to an easy victory over College of Charleston in their season opener. Here are some post game news and notes.
The most notable stat from yesterday’s game may be the three total turnovers that the Cards committed. This was the lowest amount of T.O.’s...
University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino had reason to smile when he sat down for Monday’s press conference at the Yum Center practice facility. Pitino announced he would likely have a full squad on Tuesday, with Chane Behanan being reinstated to the team and Luke Hancock back from an injury.
If you missed Monday’s edition of Inside The Press Box, here is the podcast. Click here to listen from your mobile device. On today’s show we talked about Louisville’s BCS chances becoming much slimmer following Houston’s loss to Central Florida. We also talked a lot about the season opener in basketball and Chane Behanan’s return to the lineup.
One of the major question marks this season for the University of Louisville basketball team this season is at the center position. U of L coach Rick Pitino is searching for Gorgui Dieng’s replacement. In the season-opening win over the College of Charleston is was Stephan Van Treese and Mangok Mathiang who combined to have 13 points and 17 rebounds.