Father and son meet up tonight with Rick Pitno's Louisville Cardinals taking on Richard's Florida International Panthers. It is expect to be a
and bettors are curious whether or not Louisville will call of the dogs late if up big. The betting markets seem to think so as the game was bet down from -29 to -25.
“But once it’s thrown up, it won’t be father and son anymore. He’s been taught that way. You go for the kill, and he will.”
“She said, ‘But this is your son! This is your son!’ I said, ‘It’s FIU, Joanne! It’s FIU!’ " Pitino said. “She said, ‘No, it’s not FIU. You just stay in that office if he’s embarrassed slightly. Don’t bother coming home.’”
“She’s very much torn, and she’s telling me, ‘You can’t embarrass your son, whatever you do,’ ” said Rick Pitino, father of FIU’s rookie coach. “I said, ‘I don’t embarrass a stranger. I play my walk-ons if we’re up. I play everybody. We never embarrass anybody.’ ”