Found May 17, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
It’s been just little over a month since Louisville won the national championship and Rick Pitino still appears to be in celebratory mode. Since leaving Atlanta and making its way back to Louisville, the 2013 national championship trophy has been well traveled. Last week we saw it on the beach with Pitino and his posse in the Bahamas. Earlier this week Pitino was in Florida, but it wasn’t for the ACC spring meetings. According to BustedCoverage.com, Pitino was in Florida hanging with his daughter for her 21st birthday. This picture was posted by Steve Martorano, the head chef at Café Martorano, where Pitino and his daughter Jacqueline had dinner on Tuesday night. If I won the national championship, it would probably take an intervention in order me to stop celebrating. Live it up, Rick.
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