Rick Pitino said Tuesday that he won't coach past the 2016-2017 season when his current contract ends at Louisville.
"When you're 59, you're realistic that you don't have a whole lot of years left," Pitino said at a news conference before the No. 4 Cardinals play Georgetown on Wednesday. "My contract's going to run out in 2017. I'm not coaching any more after that."
The former Providence and Kentucky coach has guided the Cardinals to a 12-0 record so far this season.