Louisville countersues ‘active wrongdoer’ Rick Pitino
Mon Dec 18, 2017
The University of Louisville has sued former men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino for monetary damages from NCAA vacated games, final fours and its 2013 championship, alleging the coach’s negligence and “wrongful conduct” in current and previous scandals has tarnished the school’s reputation. “Mr. Pitino, and not the University, was the active wrongdoer,” the lawsuit alleges.
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