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Try-Hard Alabama Quarterback Is Coaching Sorority Intramural Football

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Alabama quarterback Mac Jones is spending a little bit of his free time as the football coach of ZTA sorority.

The team is 3-0, practices can go up to two hours, Jones has a deep playbook by intramural standards and the whole thing is pretty serious, according to a profile done by AL.com(SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes)

 

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First off, we all know exactly what Jones is up to here. I’m not knocking him for coaching up some sorority girls. Don’t hate the player, hate the game. And we don’t even do that here. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything)

However, this move is so obvious that we just have to laugh. According to the profile, he shoots them texts nice and early on the mornings of a game. Nothing like having a phone loaded with the digits of sorority girls. It’d be a real shame if he ever texted them for anything not football-related. Real shame, indeed. (SLIDESHOW: 71 Times Samantha Hoopes Stripped Down)

 

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Again, I’m not knocking the hustle. A man needs to do what he needs to do, and it is right in his wheelhouse. However, if this is all just a ploy to meet women, then he’s trying way too hard.

Picking up women as a Division I athlete is easier than shooting fish in a barrel. Anybody with a sweatsuit on might as well just be covered in honey. It’s absurd how easy the game is. Trust me, you don’t need to be coaching sorority football in order pick them up.

It also doesn’t matter if you’re the starting quarterback or the backup punter. Women in college just want somebody on the team. Tell them you’ll be starting in a couple years, the NFL will call after that, and it’s gravy.

Don’t get pissed at me if you don’t like what I’m saying. I’m a serious journalist. My job is to give you the facts. Welcome to the world of college sports.

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