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Postgame Reaction from Pitt’s Loss to No. 23 Louisville



Pitt's Tim O'Toole basketball coach

PITTSBURGH — Out two starters and one head coach, Pitt played No. 23 Louisville tightly for most of the game, but interim head coach Tim O’Toole said after the game that his team lacked the grittiness required to gut out an ACC win against a quality opponent

Hear more from O’Toole and freshman guard Femi Odukale, whose shooting breakout in the first half kept the Panthers in the game:

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Clark Martineau
1 year ago

Terrible news to lose two key players at this time. I would have liked to see more of Brown for his shot-blocking ability inside. Good effort by the team except for foul shots.

Tyler Purkey
Tyler Purkey
1 year ago

At this point, we can unfortunately pencil in a L every time Louisville shows up on the schedule. Losing the offensive production from Champagnie/Toney is expected, but it’s disheartening that nobody else picked up the baton. 10 points and 0 assists from X isn’t going to cut it Coulibaly was completely irrelevant and despite Hugley being pretty raw, it’s also getting clearer by the day that he’s our starter at 5 Way too many guys passing up open shots I know it’s hard to expect a whole ton out of a 17 year old playing in the ACC, but Jeffress… Read more »

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