Found February 26, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
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Rick Pitino met with the media Tuesday afternoon to preview Louisville’s match-up with DePaul on Wednesday evening. Pitino says he stressed to his team not to overlook DePaul and also talked about Wayne Blackshear’s return to Chicago. Video courtesy of Courier-Journal.com The post Video: Rick Pitino Previews DePaul appeared first on The Cardinal Connect.
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