Todd Graham has been the ridicule of local and national media for the way he left Pitt to become the new head coach of Arizona State’s football program. That scorn wasn’t limited to only mainstream media, however.
Someone’s apparently been having fun with the entry page for Todd Graham at Wikipedia. Tonight his page briefly stated the following:
Todd Graham (born December 5, 1964 in Mesquite, Texas) is the head football coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils.1 He was previously the head coach of the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes and the Pittsburgh Panthers. He also has family near every Division I college campus, while also possessing a dream of coaching at all of them, which gives him a convenient excuse every time he bails on a program after less than two years. Known for his high octane offense, as well as his honor and integrity. Just ask him.
And just in case you missed the actual page, here’s a screenshot of it. Graham, of course, totally deserves this. The page has obviously since been removed, but one has to wonder just how inaccurate the entry was.
For more on the coaching situation at Pitt and Todd Graham’s departure, check out SB Nation Pitt blog, Cardiac Hill.