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Rick Pitino Agrees To Six-Year Deal To Coach St. John's


Iona men's basketball coach Rick Pitino has agreed on a six-year deal to become the coach at St. John's, returning to the Big East Conference with ambitions of restoring the Red Storm to national prominence. Pitino is informing his Gaels team in a meeting Monday afternoon that he is leaving the squad that he led to two NCAA tournament appearances. (ESPN.com)

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Rick Pitino Agrees To Six-Year Deal To Coach St. John's


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