NCAA not buying Louisville’s defense of Rick Pitino


Louisville took another step in its NCAA case late last week. Unfortunately for the Cardinals, the latest development didn’t exactly bring good news.

In its January response to its notice of allegations from the NCAA, the school argued against the charge that head basketball coach Rick Pitino failed to monitor former director of basketball operations Andre McGee. Last Friday, the NCAA rejected the university’s argument in a letter sent to Louisville.

What issue is complicating the case for Pitino? Why is this situation similar to the one at Syracuse that got Jim Boeheim suspended last season?

Hear the answers to those questions on this segment from The David Glenn Show: