“As I tell my players, when you do things that happen in the spotlight, you’ve got to own it,” Mack said. “Fortunately about me, I own things. I live and learn by them and we’ll move forward.
“I feel bad for doing that. But that wasn’t what the intention was by any means.”
During his weekly radio show Monday night, Calipari said he was fine and appreciated Mack's call, but added: “He really didn't have to.”
The video was shot less than two weeks after a previous pause within the Louisville program.
The Cardinals lost 99-54 at North Carolina on Saturday in their first game since Feb. 1, a break caused by COVID-19 protocols. Mack himself tested positive with mild symptoms and returned to practice last week.
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