"That was DeJuan? I thought that was Shaq," said IUP coach Joe Lombardi, a former Pitt assistant. "He was a man in waiting last year, but he's arrived."One day all teams will be coached by former Pitt coaches. • Samuels makes his debut in the Lou'. For fans of the Louisville Cardinals this day couldn't come soon enough. Samardo Samuels, the star freshman forward from St. Benedict's prep in Newark, NJ, finally got his first taste of game action in Louisville's first contest of the year. The Cardinals crushed Morehead State 79-41 to open the Billy Minardi Classic, which is apparently some sort of awful tournament. Samuels led all scorers with 18 points while adding five rebounds in 23 minutes. • Monroe might elicit some favorable comparisons. Greg Monroe, the latest in a long line of dominant centers from Georgetown University, dominated in every facet of the game in his team's 81-53 win over Drexel. Monroe finished the game with 20 points, eight rebounds, four assists, three steals and three blocks in 31 minutes.