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Bold Move, Mr. Goodman


LOUISVILLE, KY - In a bold move to save himself in the CardChronicle's yearly, "Least Cool Person of the Year Award," Jeff Goodman of now CBSsports.com has ranked Rick Pitino 2nd and John Calipiari 4th in his "getting up there" 50-60 year old coaches. The article, ranking the top coaches in an old man verse young buck comparison, Lists Pitino 2nd stating:

2. Rick Pitino, Louisville: Has taken three different programs to the Final Four: Providence, Kentucky and Louisville. Won a national title in 1996 with the Wildcats after taking over a program in disarray. Pitino has also spent a handful of seasons in the NBA as the head coach of the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics.
Age: 58
Career record: 597-220 (25 seasons)
National championships: 1
Final Four appearances: 5

Article Found Here

Goodman, is well known for his shady antics regarding twitter contests and never delivering the prizes. Once he claimed he was waiting to deliver the prize "in person," which is a great move for a guy that can't deliver on anything. In a not so surprising defeat, Goodman took the Gnome down in round 1 of the Least Cool Person of the Year Award with a whopping 71% over the Gnome's futile 28%. Goodman has also claimed that he will deliver the missing 1% in person.

Recently, Goodman made the move from FoxSports to CBS, and almost won the award for "person who looks like the biggest douche in their cbssports profile picture" but actually lost to Gary Parrish 28% to 71% {coincidence?}. Goodman has claimed in a recent interview that he has no idea why anyone is excited about the potential possibility of the missing 1% being eligible as it would not make a difference.

You're still not cool Goodman, and you never will be.

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