The Cosby Sweater tournament at Bill Cosby’s website will help occupy your weekend

Bill CosbyThe internal struggle I had to deal with as to whether or not I should do this post almost overwhelmed me. On the one hand there’s my allegiance and loyalty to Next Impulse Sports, who got royally screwed over by Bill Cosby and his gaggle of law talking guys, and on the other hand there was little to no way I could let the weekend go without letting everyone know of the great tournament going on over at Bill Cosby’s website. My only saving grace is that I’m pretty sure Kiley and the rest of the gang at Next Impulse Sports will forgive me for doing this because I’m such a fantastic human being.

Now you’re probably asking yourself, what could be so great over at Cosby’s official site that could be worth possibly jeopardizing a friendship. The answer, as I alluded to earlier, is a tournament. However, this is no ordinary tournament. No, the people who run Cosby’s site are holding a March Madness type bracket tournament to determine the greatest sweater Bill wore during The Cosby Show’s 8 season run.

I know, right?

The bracket is broken down into four different types of sweaters Cosby wore on the show—the argyles, the cardigans, the cashmeres and the pullovers. Each round has it’s own name as well—the Crew 32, the Sweat 16 (see what they did there?), the Fleecy 8, the Warmest 4, and the Championship Stitch.

Coz bracket

Anyone who votes gets a shot at winning an autographed copy of one of Bill Cosby’s book, which is a decent enough prize, but no where near as cool as if he was giving away autographed sweaters. Still not a fan of Cosby for what he did to the gang at Cosby Sweaters Next Impulse Sports, but he does get some brownie points for delivering this very tremendous contest.

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About the author: Jeff Greenwell


Jeff Greenwell is the writer/editor of Last Angry Fan. Jeff has been known to rock a Speedo while belting out Robert Goulet tunes from his front porch, and in his spare time he enjoys capturing and training feral goats to be his minions. Also known to dig a nice brick of cheese from time to time.



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