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Whoops! Papa Johns’ marketing department has got to be having a bad day. This is the pizza company’s March Madness pizza promotional ad that features Papa John, Jim Nantz, and Kentucky head coach John Calipari, who lost to Robert Morris in the first round of the NIT Tournament Tuesday night. Check it out...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Papa John's is based in Louisville, they are probably get a good laugh out it.
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CSL
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RA'd
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Sales are going to fall for Papa....Meanwhile 5 dollar pizza sells at Little Caesars just went through the roof
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Thanks for the arrow!! Before I noticed it, I was having trouble finding Coach Cal. Which one is Pappa John? Please make that arrow a different color so we can tell the 2 apart.
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Punk arse bitch ass
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so what, Larry? Calipari is the defending national champion. It hasn't even been 365 days yet.
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He does have more time on his hands to do these kind of things now
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Larryyyyyy Leoooooooooo
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This is why: "The promotion will tip-off today with a national television commercial featuring Papa John's Founder, John Schnatter, with John Calipari, head coach of the defending national champion Kentucky Wildcats, and veteran sportscaster, Jim Nantz."
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I thought Papa John is a big a Louisville booster. Is it awkward to be endorsing the instate rival's head coach?
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you're killing your father larry
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Cool story, Larry
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Come on Larry!
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Awesome, Larry.
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Dav
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THANKS LARRY
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AWKWARDDDDDDDDD


yea, i dont see the big deal

but i still love you larry
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Well he did win the tournament last year
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ummmm... ok? is that wrong
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