John Calipari Does Not Approve of Dale Brown’s Blue Suit

Kentucky beat Dillard (which is now doubling as a basketball team in addition to a department store) in its final exhibition game Friday night (yawn) 122-54. In case you haven’t been following it, the Wildcats may use a similar lineup to what Villanova had a few years ago, four mid-sized athletic guys on the court at the same time. Whatever they did on Friday worked and they were up so big against Dillard they were just having fun. One thing that wasn’t funny was John Calipari’s reaction to the suit worn by his adversary, Dale Brown.

Brown, the former Kentucky player, wore a blue suit with a white undershirt as a tribute to his alma mater. He now is inducted into the ugly suit club for that wardrobe choice, joining Rick Pitino and Pacman Jones. Here’s how he looked in the gumball suit:

After the one-sided ass whopping game, Calipari shared his unflattering thoughts about the suit: “There are three suits that I’ve seen that I say — I don’t know if I want to say gag me. But there’s a white suit I saw. There was a gold suit that I saw — I don’t know if it was yellow or gold — where the pants were too long. The guy at West Virginia wore it. Then that suit right there. Those three right there.”

Brown gets an A for effort, but an F for fashion choice. That badboy was ugly!

Pics courtesy of Loraemily75 and pennington_jl

Pacman Jones Could Play Wide Receiver

Channeling the true spirit of Deion Sanders, Pacman Jones could wind up playing some wide receiver for the Cowboys. Jerry Jones first floated the idea of Pacman doubling up and going both ways, and it’s something Wade Phillips apparently did not rule out. Apparently the Dallas Morning News wanted to see if there was a shot of seeing Pacman play wideout on Sunday. Here was Phillips’ response: “It’s a little early and we don’t want to give out any secrets, so I’d say right now we don’t expect him to play much receiver.” That smirk seems pretty telling to me. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Pacman start pulling a Devin Hester before long. We’ve already seen how well Pacman does a punt returner, why not split him out on offense, too? Also, as a followup to a past story we did on Pacman’s whack sense of fashion, we now finally have a picture of the hideous outfit he sported.

Dude, somebody please get that man a fashion consultant. That outfit is hideous. And believe me, I know what ugly looks like — I’m a Bengals fan. Even Rick Pitino’s white suit thinks that’s ugly.