He very well could be, at least as far as Esquire magazine’s “Sexiest Woman Alive” tournament is concerned.
Heading into Esquire magazine’s so-called “Sexiest Woman Alive Madness” tournament as the Sports bracket’s Number 16 seed, USC head coach Lane Kiffin has shocked the world by making amazingly easy work of the Number 1 seed, Natalie Gulbis, in the first round. By defeating the gorgeous golfer by a whopping margin of 56% to 44%, Kiffin has advanced to the second round and will now face auto racing Danica Patrick in the Round of 32.
According to the mag, “both have broken barriers for women in sports, and Patrick is tough as they come. But the USC coach is just so… sweet.” (note: the “sweet” alluded to is in reference to this tweet by Kiffin, where he informed his Twitter followers that “Bon jovi was awesome last night!!” When aren’t they, Lane? When aren’t they?
Here is how Esquire sees the upcoming battle between Kiffin and Patrick:
LANE KIFFIN, 34
• Such a pretty girl. Sure raises a ruckus.
DANICA PATRICK, 28
• The prettiest thing in racing since Jeff Gordon.
It is sure to be a thrilling battle of epic proportions between the two lovely ladies – as thrilling as a flawed online vote can be where a person is theoretically allowed to vote multiple times, that is. With that said, be sure to vote here for Kiffin as many times as possible. Few things come to mind that would be more entertaining (in a nightmare fuel kind of way) than Kiffin somehow claiming the title as 2010’s Sexiest Woman Alive and the subsequent sultry photo shoot, a la 2009’s winner, Kate Beckinsale. Scary stuff.