LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino used an old friend to make a point in practice last week. Pitino has used the treadmill teaching technique for his entire career. One minute, at a dead sprint, then right back into the run of practice. This past week, after his team gave up 19 offensive rebounds and 25 second-chance points in a narrow win over Pittsburgh, he focused its enhanced educational qualities on the subject of rebounding. "If you missed a block out, treadmill. If you didn't crash the boards, treadmill," freshman Montrezl Harrell said. "There were guys running to the treadmill all over the place."