John Calipari coached at Memphis for nine seasons, and almost led the Tigers to a national title in 2008. But given the way he left the program, and the fact that the school had to vacate all 38 victories from that year, he isn't the most well-liked man in town. After Sunday's Hall of Fame interview debacle, that fact likely won't change for some time.
Calipari, during an interview after his induction, told reporters that while he loved coaching at both UMass and Memphis, he was at the "little table" in comparison with some of his colleagues. He also said that before Kentucky, he never got to "carve the turkey", and he had to use "plastic forks and plates."
FOX 13 Memphis aired the clip this week, and meteorologist Joey Sulipeck went off on the Kentucky head coach. Sulipeck called him a snake oil salesman, and jokingly threatened Calipari to come near him when he had a plastic utensil. Here's full video - we've also included a Vine, via Lost Lettermen.
It's a strong take - especially for a meteorologist. We'll assume that Sulipeck was happy with last Saturday's Final Four result.