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Pitino said Louisville hasn't started preparing for Kentucky.
"One thing I've learned to do with my age, I really don't look ahead," said Pitino, who went 219-50 in eight seasons at Kentucky and won the 1996 national championship. "For years, I've been preaching the precious present and having to always subscribe to it."
Senior guard Chris Smith echoed his coach.
"We haven't talked about Kentucky one time yet, and we're going to keep it like that until we come out with a W tomorrow," he said.
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