Last week, we told you Playboy released its annual "Girls Of" issue in which they profile a conference's hottest chicks. This year, they featured the SEC. We showed you their pics, now we're giving you the chance to get to know them a little better. We emailed the girls a bunch of hardcore, in-depth questions about their drinking habits, sex lives, and school pride. We got answers back from Auburn's Liliana Cook and Haley Ann, Tennessee's Liza Benson, Alabama's Johnna Dominguez, Alex Sanders, and Jackie Pines, Ole Miss' Maggie Taylor and Kassidi Olaes, Mississippi State's Goldy Cass, LSU's Sophia Beretta, Florida's Gabrielle Rushing, and Georgia's Nina Valerie. Check out their super hot responses after the jump.
Last month, we featured the all-time hottest girls of the SEC in preparation for Playboy's Girls of the SEC pictorial that we thought would hit in the October issue. Hef went flip mode on us and pushed it back to the November issue, which is now available on newsstands. Anyway, we embedded a poll in that post asking you which SEC school had the hottest girls. Check out the results along with info on the Playboy's Girls of the SEC 2011 after the jump.
A while back we presented you guys with a guide to determining whether or not your school is "frat". We also showed you the Fratossary - a glossary of frat terms and lingo to help you blend in at the house - and a complete guide to frat guys. By now, you should all be experts on what it takes to be frat. Now, we take a look at the frattiest schools and ask you to vote for the one who out-frats them all. Check out the full rundown then vote in our poll at the bottom of the post after the jump. NERDS!
Every year, Playboy publishes a pictorial featuring the hottest girls of a given conference. In 2010, they showcased the Girls of the PAC-10 and the year before that it was the ACC. This year, it's the SEC's turn. The fine females of (arguably) the top football conference have been featured five times in the past - 1981, 1989, 1994, 2001, and 2007. Now, with the crazy hot coeds of the October 2011 issue hitting newsstands and mailboxes in the coming weeks, we've put together galleries of SEC girls broken out by school to settle the score once and for all, WHICH SEC SCHOOL HAS THE HOTTEST GIRLS? See all the girls' pics, vote in our poll then let us know which girl's the hottest in the comments section.
Everyone knows that drugs exist on college campuses, it's just that there's a massive difference between selling them and using them. Considering that both the school and the government don't want any drug-related incidents on-campus, it's no surprise that every so often a local dealer will get busted. These ten dealers were making some 'A student' money, but should have studied their subject a little more. Check out the list of the ten biggest college drug busts in US history after the jump.
The Princeton Review just released their annual list of the top 20 party schools. So, which schools slacked off and which partied their f***ing faces off? Well, the Dawgs no longer hold down the top spot and Penn State almost slipped out of the top 10. Who brought the motherf***in' fury? Those Cali kids in Santa Barbara jumped up a couple spots and Ole Miss must've increased levels of hottie toddys at the Grove. We think the folks in Tempe are gonna be pissed. Check out the full list then vote for the school you think should hold the title after the jump.
Playboy's Top Party Schools list for 2011 released in mid to late April, so we decided to ask you guys who you think should be the top party school. Surprisingly to us, The University of Western Ontario crushed the competition with 43% of the vote, far outpacing the University of Colorado and Penn State (only 5%). Close to 25% of the votes that came in were for "Other". So, we took a closer look and found the 10 schools who deserve consideration along with 10 more that are party schools in training (PSIT). Check out our list below and let us know if you agree in the comments after the jump.
With Week 8 coming at you at full speed this weekend, we will take a look at the first BCS top ten rankings of the 2009 season. While Bama fans would probably prefer the AP poll since their Crimson Tide have taken over the top spot, we here at COED are more interested in the BCS because it makes us think of Bottomless Cheerleading Squads…
For the first time seemingly all season, last week was rather quiet in the top ten - on the field. Off the field, the cheerleaders and annual beer pong tournaments were making plenty of noise on campus. With only a few weeks to go before Halloween gives us the hottest mix of scantily clad girls with BACs pushing 0.4, let's take a look at this week's matchups for the best of the best in college football...
Week 6 is upon us in the land of college football, and many campuses are starting to get hit with the colors of autumn, the crisp coldness in the air, and most importantly, the two or three extra shots needed to keep warm in the student section during the game. With a continual whirlwind knocking the top teams out of the rankings each week, expect more of the same this week...
As we mention on a weekly basis, no team or cheerleader is safe as they appear on COED's college football preview. A top 10 ranking has been a gauntlet for teams to stay on pace for a shot at a BCS bowl, as four more top 10 teams fell last week (10 total in four weeks) - Mississippi, Penn State, California, and Miami (FL) - and Cal got absolutely shattered by Oregon.
After an excellent Week Three that saw the perpetually overrated USC Trojans drop out of the top 10 after falling to an unranked Washington team and an enormous leap by Miami into the nine-slot after slaughtering a talented Georgia Tech team, we look forward to an even better week as conference play opens up across the rest of the college football nation.