Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 11/12/14
Call Brent Musburger what you will — a football analyst calling it like it is or lecherous old man saying too much — but last Monday wasn't the first time he turned a college-age beauty into a television sensation. While Katherine Webb, the girlfriend of Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron, was featured on television screens during the Crimson Tide's rout of Notre Dame, the long-time college football play-by-play announcer blurted out, "Wow, I'm telling you, quarterbacks : You get all the good-looking women. What a beautiful woman. Wow!"  The eight second camera shot turned her into an overnight star. Now a seven-year old video has surfaced where Musburger has the same reaction to another group of young co-eds — featuring a spirited Florida State fan named Jenn Sterger. Sterger — the little seen TV host and probably most famous for being the former New York Jets reporter involved in the Brett Favre privates pics  — and her sexy pals had Musburger panting over them while calling a Florida State-Miami game in 2005. The long-time announcer was less specific about the sexy Sterger, who was wearing a red bikini top, Daisy May shorts and a cowboy hat, but made his point. "Fifteen hundred red-blooded Americans just decided to apply to Florida State," he said about Sterger, who was wearing a red bikini top, Daisy-May shorts and a cowboy hat. Say what you will about Musburger's enthusiasm for the ladies, but he does know what's important to the recruits.
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