Found February 22, 2013 on Louisville Card Game:
Ever wonder where the University of Louisville’s NCAA basketball championship trophies from 1980 and 1986 are located? Especially after visiting the Hall of Honor at the the KFC Yum! Center?  Well, they are safely ensconced behind glass beside the entrance to Rick Pitino’s office on the second floor of the Yum Practice Center on Floyd Street at Belknap Campus.  The wall behind his administrative assistant’s desk is covered from floor to ceiling length graphic of the basketball arena. Those items on the floor to the left of the desk are autographed mementoes awaiting pickup by UofL fans. (Click on photo to enlarge.)
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