From The Associated Press …
Following the game, (Andy) Kennedy said he’s been told not to talk about what he called the “heinous accusations” for now. He said he regretted that the arrest became the focus of his team’s visit.
“Obviously it took a little bit of the luster off,” Kennedy said. “I was looking forward to being back. It was a tremendous challenge for us against Coach (Rick) Pitino and that Louisville team. I was really looking forward to it, obviously.
“The goings-on in the last 24 hours took a little bit of my focus away from that. For that, I apologized to the team. This really should have been about them.”
Before the game, Pitino spent some time talking with Kennedy.
“I just told him to keep his head up, coach basketball and just stay positive,” Pitino said.
The complaint filed in Municipal Court alleges that Kennedy assaulted Mohamed Moctar Ould Jiddou and “punched victim with a closed fist while shouting racial slurs.” Kennedy, 40, was arrested at 1:15 a.m., police documents show.