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Latest Rick Pitino Items
Plenty of teams talk about how tight-knit they are, how the team matters more than any individual accomplishment.
Two minutes. Four 3-pointers. Safe to say, Luke Hancock knows how to make good use of his time.
The last note of "One Shining Moment" had yet to reach the people in the cheap seats at the Georgia Dome when college basketball started doing what it does so well _ looking ahead to next season.
With injured teammate Kevin Ware cheering them on from the bench, the Cardinals capped their run through the NCAA tournament, coming back again from a 12-point deficit to beat Michigan 82-76 in the championship game Monday night.
Louisville men's coach Rick Pitino went to New Orleans to watch the Cardinals' women's team play Connecticut in Tuesday night's NCAA championship game.
Someday soon, Rick Pitino is going to have to explain the tattoo to his grandkids.
The backup forward, better known as "Plan B" for Rick Pitino's talented team, went on a shooting spree for the ages Monday night, making four straight 3-pointers over a two-minute span late in the first half to help pull Louisville out of a double-digit deficit and into a one-point lead.
Rick Pitino knows how lasting one more win would be.
As coaches go, Michigan's John Beilein is easy to miss.