Louisville didn’t just manhandle poor Savannah State on Monday night. They blew them out of the building by a score of 87-26.
Boston’s top sports talk morning radio show, Toucher & Rich, brought on former Celtics and current Louisville Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino for a phone-in interview this morning, but it didn’t last very long. Here’s the audio & full transcript: [Start of Interview] Fred Toucher: We are joined by Rick Pitino, former coach of the Celtics,
Rick Pitino honored his statement that he would get a tattoo if Louisville won the National title, but it seems not everyone likes the actual tattoo. Erin Calipari, who is the daughter of the Kentucky men’s basketball team coach John Calipari, took to Twitter to let the world know that she doesn’t exactly love the tattoo. [blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/TheErinCalipari/statuses/328145919893708801″] [The
Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino is a man of his word, and no one will doubt that especially after his latest move. Pitino made a promise to his team halfway through the basketball season that he would get a tattoo if Louisville won a National title. The Cardinals had a great run through the NCAA
Following Louisville’s National Title game win over Michigan Rick Pitino got a scare that sent him ducking for cover. Pitino heard some confetti cannons go off right near him and it sent him almost to the ground in fear. The result is Internet gold. [Beyond The Buzzer]
[youtube]http://youtu.be/DsthsP9x0pM[/youtube] Louisville head coach Rick Pitino was clearly in a jovial mood after his Cardinals hammered the University of Missouri-Kansas City 99-47 on Saturday. His post game press conference was interrupted by a very loud ringing cell phone, and without missing a beat, Pitino answered, much to the delight of the room full of reporters.
Basketball been berry, berry good to Rick Pitino and how he’s looking to help take the Latin flavor to the next level at the 2011 FIBA Tournament Of The Americas where the Ticos [Correction per Sarah who caught this mistake; Ticos are Costa Ricans not Puerto Ricans, apologies to all offended Ricans and thanks to Sarah]