Friday, November 04, 2005
THE HOTTEST DAUGHTER IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL
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Disregarding the presence of a hulking, starting offensive lineman older brother, Brian from MGoBlog contends he'd get sloshed with Kirk Ferentz just to see if this nemesis coach would hook him up with some borderline jailbait Ferentz family ass:
First question, Brian: Kelly (20) or JoAnne (18)? Not sure who is who.
Second question: are these the hottest daughters in college football?
SMQ only knows one college football daughter, Southern Miss Coach Jeff Bower's daughter Stephanie, who in her own cheerleadery, overly-made up Southern way (Stephanie actually is a USM cheerleader; her mother is a Mary Kay sales director) rivals the Ferentz girls:
Not bad, SMQ thinks - though that is an outstanding picture. She's very tiny.
Moving back to the Big Ten, we have Jim Tressel's daughter Carlee:
Okay, as a hottie, Carlee Tressel makes a good aspiring writer. But check out some of her Kappa Alpha Theta sisters at the U. of Chicago, who can actually hold a conversation on Goethe or Friedmanian economics as you attempt to get them to remove their sweater vests. These quasi-intellectual hotties are highlighted by Francesca Rinaldo and Christina Rule. Tressel's other daughter, Whitney, is a smart one, too at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Last on the list of easily obtained, internet-floating coach's daughters pics is of Pete Caroll's girl Jaime, a former USC volleyball player:
So Jaime is not a stone cold California beach fox; to be fair, this picture is a couple years old, and doesn't give her the chance to sport that long, fantastic volleyball body.
Also deserving of mention, from a haphazard persual of media guide PDFs:
Lori Weir DeBerry (Page 2, bottom left, daughter-in-law of the embattled Air Force coach, Most disappointing lack of internet pic: party girls Ashley and Libby Franchione, arrested together in 2002 for a disturbance at a bar.
Kelly Friedgen (Page 35), successfully fending off genetic girth thus far,
and - in a year or two, let's stress this - there's the D'Alessandris girls (page 82), Anna, Kelly and Emily, sprung from the loins of Georgia Tech offensive line coach Joe D'Alessandris
What other babes do you wish you could hug at midfield after a big win?
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