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The Girlfriend Effect

The Girlfriend Effect

It has been well-documented that Christian Ponder has a cute girlfriend who works as a sideline reporter for ESPN’s college football. It has also been well-documented that from the time the public learned of this relationship until last week, the Vikings found themselves in an unfortunate losing streak due in part to Ponder’s inability to find receivers n’ pass for more than 100 yards per game. This, however, all changed last Sunday when they swept their division rival, Lions. With a win to break their streak, Ponder was able to joke about his girlfriend helping him win during a press conference. This is not a jab at either party, simply poking fun at the irony of the situation. I’m cheering on the Vikings per usual, n’ hopefully their next streak is a winning one. SKOL!


One comment on “The Girlfriend Effect

  1. Loriel
    November 28, 2012

    Up the Vikings!

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