In what is becoming more of a habit than a surprise, Gary Parrish of CBSSports.com has managed to take another cheap shot at the Kentucky Wildcats and John Calipari.
Today, he slides Calipari into an article about the Connecticut Huskies and head coach Jim Calhoun.
UConn is in the midst of an NCAA investigation involving at least eight alleged rules violations.
What does that mean?
Apparently it means that John Calipari needs to be worked into the story as a measure of comparison for Calhoun?
Here is an excerpt:
What Calhoun has done is survive an NCAA investigation even though violations have been uncovered and two assistants have lost their jobs. That, my friends, is the stuff of Hall of Famers, an impressive accomplishment, not unlike John Calipari's ability to never directly be tied to anything despite having had two Final Fours at two different schools vacated. Calhoun and Calipari may hate each other (and they do), but one thing they have in common is that they both understand "how to play the game" and flourish in a sport that gets sketchier by the year.