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It’s not exactly a blood diamond, but NCAA Tournament games are a real cash cow that doesn’t pay the guys who toil on the ground, making it all possible. Don’t believe me? Well, when you hear the actual numbers, blood diamond might sound more apt. Maybe blood sapphires. The $$$ breakdown after the jump.
I guess Rick Pitino wasn’t happy with how Kevin Ware’s gruesome leg injury was covered by CBS. Stick it to the Man, Rick.
Jim Boeheim’s not going quietly. This coming college basketball season will be Syracuse’s last in the Big East before it departs, along with Pitt, for the ACC. And he’s making the time he has left in the league count… by publicly torching his fellow Big East coaches. Boeheim’s target, specifically: Louisville’s Rick Pitino.
The Big East has been in flux over the last two years, with major schools, including Syracuse, Pittsburgh and West Virginia, jumping ship for more competitive and financially stable conferences. To make matters worse, the new college football playoff system means the conference will lose its AQ bid, which was its only real attraction.
The mood is light for the Louisville basketball team. After winning the Big East Tournament and cruising into the Sweet 16, everyone from Rick Pitino on down had a lot to smile about. And smiles begat happy post-game interviews, which begat not one, but two, video bombs. Check out bunny fingers over coach Pitino’s head, and other antics, after the jump.
Everyone has an opinion on Tim Tebow. That’s what makes him so compelling (well, besides that every one of his team’s games comes down to the last possession). The latest to weigh in? Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino, for some reason.
An exhibition game between the Dominican Republic national team (coached by Kentucky coach John Calipari) and a group of Kentucky alumni has been scheduled on the home court of Kentucky’s biggest rival, Louisville. No, Cardinal fans aren’t pleased.
SportsCenter interviewed Louisville coach Rick Pitino as he reflected on the death of his brother-in-law in the attacks on 9/11.
There’s no way around it – the Big East produced a disappointing showing through the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament. The conference’s coaches, though, will still defend the league…and get in a few shots at its loudest critic.