SPOILER ALERT: How Temple’s Cody Calafiore Did On Big Brother Finale


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Again, spoiler alert!

Temple alum Cody Calafiore, who is said to have flirted his way to the end, took home the second-place prize on last night’s finale of the 16th season of Big Brother. The title earns him a not-too-lousy $50,000 prize.

Some would say he handed away his chance of winning when he decided to take Derek Levasseur to the final two. Levasseur had been praised for playing one of the reality show’s best social games of the season, and was considered to be a shoe-in for voters if he made it to the end.

The 23-year-old graduate of Temple‘s Fox School of Business grew up in Howell, New Jersey. He also played midfield on the Temple Owls soccer team.

As we reported at the beginning of the season, Calafiore makes a living working as a sales account executive, though he’s raised some eyebrows as a model in this blush-worthy underwear ad: