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Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino calls NCAA's ruling on 2013 national title banner 'unjust'


Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino said it was "unjust" for the NCAA to rule that the Cardinals had to take down their 2013 national championship banner. "To say I'm disappointed with the NCAA's appeals ruling is a gross understatement," Pitino said during a news conference held at the law firm of Greenberg Traurig in Manhattan. (ESPN.com)

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