United States Of America Sports’ Scott Gleeson explains what’s next at Louisville following a reported sex scandal involving Cardinals players and recruits today.
Louisville Cardinals mind coach Rick Pitino watches their group’s scrimmage at KFC YUM! Center. (Picture: Jamie Rhodes-USA sports today)
If Rick Pitino is not already packing up their workplace at Louisville, he need to begin.
Sordid allegations of intercourse events for players and recruits got also seamier Tuesday with one recruit that is former ESPN’s outside of the Lines that “it ended up being like I became in a strip club. ” OTL also discovered a cable transfer from Andre McGee, Pitino’s manager of baseball operations, to an escort, and confirmed that texting to set up the ongoing events originated in McGee’s cellular phone.
Pitino has rejected — vehemently — any knowledge regarding the events, though that is difficult to think offered they were held on college home.
«I’m not sure if any one of this will be real or perhaps not, » Pitino told ESPN and Yahoo! Sports. «there is only 1 one who knows the facts, and (McGee) needs in the future away and tell the reality. «
But just what Pitino knew or don’t know no further things, either in the eyes associated with the NCAA or the general public.
Ex-Louisville recruit: ‘Like I happened to be in a strip club’
Ttheir is his system and, want it or otherwise not, he’s accountable for every thing related to it.