â†µI think Esquire is about to get more than they bargained for with â†µthis little joke they stuck in their otherwise dime-a-dozen March â†µMadness 64-team bracket of random items. Since they're a men's magazine, â†µthe bracket is about hot women, naturally. And Lane â†µKiffin: â†µâ†µ
â†µKiffin's inclusion generated Amber Alerts from EDSBS â†µand Doctor â†µSaturday, which has seen him take a comfortable lead on Natalie â†µGulbis, who is the No. 1 seed in the "sports" regional. It also generated this post, which reiterates the previous â†µtwo: America. Love it or leave it. Lane Kiffin No. 1. â†µâ†µ
â†µKiffin has a two-to-one edge so far and if he gets by a second-round â†µmatchup with Erin Andrews he's headed for the final four, where Megan â†µFox or someone from Mad Men will disembowel him. It's one thing to vote â†µagainst a bad picture of a golfer you've never heard of and quite â†µanother to ruin the infinitesimal chance you will run into Megan Fox one â†µday and she will ask "did you vote for me or Lane Kiffin in the â†µ2010 Esquire Sexiest Woman Alive Bracket?" â†µâ†µ
â†µYes, Esquire will rue the day they made a mockery of their hot chicks â†µtournament. Or they will head to the pageview vault and swim around like â†µScrooge McDuck. But probably the former. â†µâ†µ
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