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Rick Pitino gets his 700th career victory, but his team remains cold from three

Entering Wednesday night’s game against Cleveland State with 699 career wins on his resume, it didn’t appeare as if Louisville head coach Rick Pitino had much to worry about. 368 more words

Rick Pitino gets his 700th win

Louisville head coach Rick Pitino got win number 700, but it wasn’t easy. The Cardinals squeaked by the Cleveland State Vikings 45-33. Pitino needed 15 points from his star player, Montrezl Harrell, and 11 from guard Chris Jones. 16 more words

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Massive Blowout

By Kia Tyus

Many people believe the whole point of playing a team sport is to not only win but win by as much as possible. 436 more words

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Louisville's Rick Pitino Says He Played 'Four White Guys And An Egyptian' To Keep From Blowing A Team Out

Louisville routed Savannah State Monday night 87-26 in a game that was a glorified exhibition, a Globetrotters-Generals game if you will. Savannah States scored seven points in the first half. 173 more words

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"The Pulse" With Bull & Fox Tuesday 11/25: Browns' Playoff Chances, Playoff Format, Pitino's Comments

Bull & Fox go around the sports world and give “The Pulse” including the Browns’ playoff chances with the Bills and Ravens both winning on Monday night, if the NFL playoff format needs to be changed, Louisville’s blowout win over Savannah State and Rick Pitino’s comments after the game, Indians’ offseason interests. 56 more words

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Rick Pitino denies running up the score in 87-26 win over Savannah State

In one of those early season games that often ends up lopsided, Louisville beat Savannah State 87-26. Perhaps even more embarrassing: Savannah State didn’t score for the first 15 minutes of the game. 114 more words

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Rick Pitino: "I played four white guys and an Egyptian."

That is the line the Louisville head coach used when talking about how he wasn’t trying to embarrass Savannah State¬†(final score 87-26). He put in three walk-ons, a Norwegian¬†seven-foot freshman, and an Egyptian seven-foot freshman. 14 more words

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