It has been quite a few years since Jenn Sterger, then a comely coed at Florida State University, was spotted in the stands by an ogling Brent Musburger, who uttered the now-infamous line, “1,5
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Talk about a blast from the past. On not one, but two fronts. The first to be reminded just how much of a stranglehold Jenn Sterger once had on the Internet and second, Mortal-freaking-Kombat, man.
Jenn Sterger recently joined Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Jason Babin at a firing range to shoot (ha!) a video for The Daily.
You know, it’s funny how things go sometimes. Just earlier today, I was saying to myself, “Self: I wonder how Jenn Sterger has been doing lately.
First, Jenn Sterger did Versus, but that show (The Daily Line) was canceled.
Wow. I almost royally screwed up that headline. If I had left “jokes” out of it, I mean, boy, that sure would have been misleading.
Okay, okay, I might be paraphrasing a little bit in the title, but by now you have likely heard that Jenn Sterger recently sat down for an interview with ABC’s George Stephasmurfoulos for her f
If there is one gal who knows what its like to be judged not on the content of her abilities but solely on the size of her boobies, it’s Jenn Sterger.
Just as the most renowned Seminoles fan ever, the sexy and multi-talented Jenn Sterger, once said, nothing takes away the sting of a tough loss than wrapping your mouth around a big old wiener.
Some days I want to praise the gods above for the creation of Twitter. And other days, I want to curse the gods for my decision to follow Jenn Sterger.
So, uh, did anyone actually watch The Daily Line last night? To be honest, despite writing several posts on the topic over the past couple of months, I had completely forgotten about it.
The above title has been brought to you by the Department of Redundancy Department. Sheesh.