Telepranksters Hit the Big East
Already this week, we were forced to read this shocking headline and others like it:
Prank callers join SEC coaches' teleconference
POSING AS REPORTERS, THEY ASK VULGAR QUESTIONS
"The questions were graphic in nature and included inquiries about coaches having sexual relations with players and players' performances based on their menstrual cycles."
Well, today the band of sexual teleconferencing miscreants, which probably includes at least one godless blogger, has viciously attacked the Big East, where the questions to Bob Huggins included "Are you still [edited edited edited]?" and something about whether Roy Hibbert's play "was affecting the [edited edited edited]." Jim Calhoun then got on the call and said "I wish people would get some lives," whereupon a caller buzzed in and asked him whether one of the call's operators has "a big rig." Norm Roberts was also, we believe, asked about masturbation.
The moderators eventually attempted to limit the questions to reporters they actually know by name, but someone posting as ESPN.com's Heather Dinich (formerly of The Post and the Baltimore Sun] was let through and said something about how the operator person sounded hot before she was bounced.
Clearly, our sporting security has been breached this week in a manner the most alarmist DHS staffers never saw coming. Ring up Code Red, buy some extra toilet paper and keep Jim Calhoun in your thoughts, if you would.
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