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Chris Mack Out as Louisville Head Coach

Chris Mack Out as Louisville Head Coach

Louisville and Chris Mack have finalized a separation agreement after meeting about the future of the program according to Seth Davis of CBS.

Mack, 52, was hired by Louisville heading into the 2018-2019 season. He has posted a 68-37 record at the school and made one NCAA Tournament in his four seasons. This season, the Cardinals are 11-9.

Before his time at Louisville, Mack coached at his alma mater, Xavier University, for nine seasons. He was 215-97 at Xavier with eight NCAA Tournament appearances.

For the rest of the season, assistant coach Mike Pegues will take over the team.


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College Basketball Head Coaching Changes January 26, 2022 at 9:30 am

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JCard February 5, 2022 at 5:42 pm

Can we just get this out in the open? Fans ROARED when Rick Pitino appeared in a video tribute to Russ Smith…make him an offer he can’t refuse and let’s do this thing. He should never have been fired n the first place…


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