Found March 02, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
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Earlier today, the University of Louisville men's basketball team pulled off a 58-53 victory over the University of Syracuse but not without some harsh words from head coach Rick Pitino. In the first half of play, Pitino started yelling at Russ Smith after an offensive foul and drops a F-bomb in the process: (Courtesy of College Spun)
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