Apr 4, 2012, 12:45 PM EDT
Everyone seemingly has an opinion on college basketball’s one-and-done players. That’s usually followed by some sort of commentary on Kentucky coach John Calipari.
So what about someone who’s perfected the art of the spoken sports essay? What does Bob Costas think about the one-and-done world and Calipari’s place in it?
For that, I send you to this SportsTalk interview. Costas even goes old school for an idea of how to end any future one-and-dones.
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