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Father Teaches Son 1-Sided Lesson

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No one really expected the father to lose to the son, yet an uninformed observer watching the two on the sidelines probably couldn't tell who coached the No. 5 team in the nation and who had the fledgling program.

The University of Louisville dominated Florida International 79-55 Wednesday in the Billy Minardi Classic. A spanking that coach Rick Pitino joked when the game was scheduled against his son and FIU first-year coach Richard Pitino was 30 years in the making.

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