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Article written by Zack Geoghegan

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11 responses to “Rick Pitino Could Stay in Greece, Give up College Basketball “Forever””

  1. Headhurts

    Yawn, back to sleep.

  2. sincitycat

    I second the yawn…there’s nothing to see here.

  3. Cletis75

    He’s just trying to push someone’s hand to bring him back! He’s no Jedi!

    1. JLP

      Does “forever” include the possibility of the Greek team firing him?

  4. CPACAT

    Or next Thursday, whichever comes is most expedient for him at the moment.

  5. kentuckybackupplayer

    The NCAA is a long way from being done with UofLittle brother so he aint getting an offer from anyone here in the USA. There must not be any infractions to violate in greece or he would be gone from there too.

  6. Brad

    24 hours later Rick Pitino agrees to become the next coach at the university of …… blah blah. Lies

  7. UKinmyblood

    Say what you will, but the guy can coach.

    1. BobbyBlue

      That doesn’t give him the right to continually play the victim card
      Forever !

      forever !

    2. UKinmyblood

      Agreed. I’m not endorsing him as a human being, but the little sh*t can coach. He’d be a top 5 bench coach in D1 if he did make his way back.

  8. mashman 93

    Oh Rick if you had only chosen Michigan or UNLV back in 2001 maybe #BBN would still love you. I said maybe. I do appreciate the eight years at Kentucky.