Orlando Sentinel – Of course you weren’t sitting on your ass all weekend keeping tabs on the happenings out of the University of Central Florida football locker room. But I was…

George O’Leary caught shit over the weekend for allowing Axis Magazine to shoot Playboy’s Miss July, Shanna McLaughlin, wearing UCF logo-ed shirts and rub her hot, recent college grad body against a locker.

 

The uptight school officials went nuts over the weekend and said this won’t happen again.

“I approved the magazine,” O’Leary told a Sentinel reporter after practice ended Saturday. “The guy called my office and basically wanted to know if they could do a magazine shoot. There was a UCF girl who had her MBA and all that. And the only thing I asked is, ‘Is that a magazine that is distributed on campus?’ And they said, ‘Yes.’ They’ve done I think four, since I’ve been here at least four, initial copies of football [previews] opening up the football season.”

O’Leary said he was shown a copy of the magazine cover.

“Eh, it’s not what I expected, but I don’t think there’s anything outlandish on the thing. I never saw the video.”

Calm down, UCF Officials. Like this is the end of the world? Nobody was arrested. Nobody lost a scholarship. Nobody saw nipple. Nobody disrupted a practice. Nobody lost.

 In a statement e-mailed to the Sentinel on Saturday, Joe Hornstein, associate director of athletics, apologized to UCF fans.

“An employee without proper authorization allowed access to our football locker room. By the time the video of the shoot was brought to our attention, it had already made its rounds via the internet,” Hornstein’s statement said.

This will bring your school all sorts of positive exposure. The photos will pass around the Internet. High school seniors will use Shanna’s photo as a desktop background.  Professors will masturbate… eww. Wait. Scratch that. Don’t want that image in your heads…

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