Louisville gets win despite Rick Pitino's lingering shadow
Rick Pitino’s attorney said he has no indication former Louisville coachis a target of investigation, calls wave of reporting on indictments “misleading.”
Rick Pitino's lawyer says allegations in an indictment that implies former Louisville men's basketball coach was involved and aware of money payments to recruits are "false, misleading and defamatory."
Rick Pitino's lawyer has responded to claims that the former Louisville coach knew about potential payments being made to recruits.
Ousted Louisville coach Rick Pitino agreed to a scheme to bribe a recruit to play for him, according to an indictment released Wednesday.
New details have been released about the massive FBI sting operation that resulted in fraud and bribery charges against numerous college basketball coaches and Adidas executive James Gatto. They explicitly implicate college basketball legend Rick Pitino—who was not one of the coaches charged, but was fired by Louisville anyway—in a scheme to funnel money from […]
A federal indictment in New York in the ongoing college basketball corruption and bribery case alleges that former Louisville coach Rick Pitino knew of a plan to pay recruit Brian Bowen and participated in the plan. At issue in the indictment...Show More Summary
With eight of the ten men arrested in late September in relation to an ongoing FBI investigation into corruption and bribery in college basketball officially being indicted this week, the files associated with those indictments were unsealed on Wednesday. Former Louisville head coach Rick Pitino is not one of those individuals, but in the recently
This team preview is part of the RTC ACC microsite’s preseason coverage. Burning Question: Can Louisville get past the FBI investigation to focus on basketball? You’ve all read about it ad nauseum. Rick Pitino is out. Tom Jurich is out. Show More Summary
UConn coach Geno Auriemma says despite the scandal surrounding Rick Pitino, he would hire the former Louisville coach if he had an opening.
Louisville will try to move on from fallout of second scandal in 3 seasons, this time without coach Rick Pitino
In some respects, the dust has settled. The terminations of Rick Pitino and athletic director Tom Jurich have been made. And now Louisville Basketball moves forward in a new world. The program won’t get the “death penalty.” Putting the basketballs away for an entire season (or more) just isn’t going to happen. Show More Summary
Former Louisville basketball star Kevin Ware is standing up for Rick Pitino amid his suspected involvement in the NCAA recruiting sting... saying his ex-coach is being unfairly fingered by the feds. "What are you doing a full FBI investigation on?…
Former Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino answered a variety of questions on ESPN in his first public interview since being fired.
Former Louisville head coach Rick Pitino maintained that he had 'no knowledge' of the recruiting scandal that cost him his job in a televised interview with ESPN's Jay Bilas.
In an interview with ESPN on Wednesday, Rick Pitino said he had “no knowledge” of payments to players and their families, which is the focus of a wide-ranging FBI probe. The same day saw Louisville fire athletic director Tom Jurich, not long after the school formally cut ties with Pitino himself. Pitino, who went 416-143 in 16 seasons […]
The subpoenas are related with the FBI's ongoing investigation into corruption within the sport
College basketball's recruiting scandal rocks Louisville again
Former Louisville head coach Rick Pitino has received a subpoena in the FBI's investigation into college basketball.
Former University of Louisville men's basketball coach Rick Pitino received a subpoena from a grand jury in the U.S. District of New York, his lawyer confirmed.