Friday, August 31, 2007

Poon - The Ultimate Closer

Arthurn Brown of Wichita, KS is considered one of the top defensive recruits in the country. The 6-1, 210 pound high school senior terrorized opponents last year on his way to recording a Madden-esque 158 tackles to go with his 8 sacks. Brown, who has more than 50 scholarship offers, receives over 15 letters a day from the top college programs. Pete Carroll, Bob Stoops & Urban Meyer all made personal visits to Wichita to convince Brown to follow them back to campus. So who's got the edge on landing him?

“Coach Meyer told me he’s selling me on championships and Florida chicks,” Arthur Brown recently said in an interview.

That's right, Urban knows SEC Poon is the ultimate closer. Forget championships, would you even notice if this Gator Poon was holding the BCS crystal ball under her arm? We know our man Arthur Brown wouldn't either. See on an SEC campus next year Art.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The chick behind our Florida poon? She's an Ohio State poon.

Nuff said.

extrapolater said...

I used to live in Wichita, and I can tell you I would have left for far less than SEC-quality poon.

Anonymous said...

She's not very poontastic in my opinion.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

This chick isn't even at UF. She's a high schooler - hence the little football tag. I worked for Florida recruiting - and she just comes with the high school recruits (and has since 2005). She's not a Gator. She's probably 16 this year. Perhaps 17.

CW aka Chad Sexington® said...

POON!

Gerald said...

Florida is in the SEC, but their girls aren't southern girls. No one in Florida is southern, just transplant descendants of yankees and Canadians. I vote that UF chicks shouldn't be included in the contest, and you gotta go the whole season on this. They deck out more the stronger the rivalry as the season goes on.

Anonymous said...

Not impressed. I am an Auburn grad that con not believe we have not seen more Ole Miss poon yet. Best Poon in the South.

Anonymous said...

yeah - where is the Ole Miss poon?!?!?!?!!?!?