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Byline: Todd Rosiak
Unhappy with his team's point-guard play a few weeks back, Louisville coach Rick Pitino thought he had little choice but to turn the keys to the offense over to Reece Gaines.
It was a decision similar to one he made in 1996 while coaching at Kentucky.
After an early season loss to Massachusetts, Pitino moved Tony Delk over to shooting guard and inserted walk-on Anthony Epps at the point. Buoyed by Epps' team-first play, the Wildcats began to roll soon thereafter and eventually wound up as national champs.
Whether Louisville (14-1 overall, 6-0 Conference USA) has what it takes to accomplish such a lofty feat remains to be …