Rick Pitino seems unlikely to ever coach a college basketball team again, and it doesn’t sound like the NBA will be any more forgiving.
The Louisville Cardinals need an interim basketball coach just days before practices are to begin for the 2017-18 season, and they may be looking at an established name on such short notice.
Rick Pitino is out as the Louisville men’s basketball coach in the wake of yet another scandal involving the program.
Heads have begun to roll at Louisville in the wake of Tuesday’s bombshell FBI announcement that several college basketball programs are being investigated for fraud and corruption.
Rick Pitino insists he had no knowledge of any fraud or corruption scheme involving the Louisville basketball program, but that does not mean the longtime coach expects to face no consequences in the
Rick Pitino’s Louisville program is at the center of another scandal, and the head coach once again is trying to distance himself from matters.
The mother of a five-star recruit who committed to Louisville back in June says she has no knowledge of any payments that were allegedly made to her family or her son.
The FBI announced on Tuesday that four NCAA basketball coaches are among the 10 people who have been arrested and charged with fraud and corruption in an alleged scandal involving a top executive at