The University of Louisville's Athletics Association officially voted on Monday to fire men's head basketball coach Rick Pitino amid a federal investigation.
Rick Pitino is seeking $37 million from the University of Louisville because he believes the university did not have "just cause" to fire him, according to multiple reports. ...read more
The University of Louisville is suing former basketball coach Rick Pitino for "wrongful conduct" and arguing that he is financially responsible for damages the university has incurred as a result of his wrongdoing. ...read more
Rick Pitino believes his name has been sullied, and he says he has reason to believe that Kentucky governor Matt Bevin had something to do with the end of his tenure at Louisville. ...read more
SI legal analyst Michael McCann looks at how Rick Pitino will be affected by the four major violations the NCAA charged against the University of Louisville. ...read more
The overwhelming majority of the money from Louisville’s multimillion-dollar deal with Adidas was paid to head coach Rick Pitino, according to a review of the contract conducted by The Courier-Journal. ...read more
Former Louisville Cardinals men's basketball coach Rick Pitino says he would have been indicted by the FBI if there was any shred of evidence against him. ...read more