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Louisville sues former coach Pitino

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The tumultuous relationship between the University of Louisville and Rick Pitino has gotten worse. Pitino was considered one of the best college basketball coaches ever.

Now, his reputation is tarnished. His former employer is now suing him due to monetary damage.

According to, the Cardinals are seeking money they lost due to the NCAA infractions. In addition, they are seeking bonus money.

Pitino was fired by the school after an FBI investigation that shook the college basketball world to its core. Pitino, along with his assistants, were caught giving money to Brian Bowen’s family in order to ensure that he would sign at the school.

Pitino denied involvement. However, court documents insist that hew knew about the wrongdoing.


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