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PITTSBURGH (AP) A self-professed ``raving lunatic'' while watching his team score just three points over the first 13:54 of the game, Notre Dame coach Mike Brey wasn't considering the potential consequences when he gave referee John Gaffney an earful.``I was just so frustrated,'' Brey said. ``... He probably could have thrown me out because I stayed after him and he looked away, so I thank him for that.''The No. 25 Irish might want to thank Brey for the resulting dramatic swing of momentum after an atrocious shooting start.Jerian Grant and Jack Cooley scored 13 points each and Irish rallied from down 16 to beat No. 20 Pittsburgh 51-42 on Monday night.The Irish missed 18 of their first 19 shots and trailed 19-3 after two free throws by Tray Woodall - resulting from Brey's technical.But Notre Dame closed out the first half on a 16-3 run and continued to ride the momentum in...

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