Some folks gave Rutgers' basketball coach Vivian Stringer some heat and criticised her for "grandstanding", recruiting and taking a "holier than thou" posture during the news conference addressing Imus' comments.
Well, apparently the country became enthralled and infatuated with the coach. And a book deal is now on the table.
"It's about an incredible woman with an extraordinary life story," said Tina Constable, executive vice president for publicity at Crown, who declined to say how much the company will pay Stringer. "She's a pioneer, a legend, an icon and a role model."
And for some reason, it took a disasterous comment by a shock-jock for us to realize this.