Found September 19, 2012 on Busted Coverage:

Today’s “Girls of the Pac-12″ post is brought to you by the lovely sisters of AEPI at Arizona…or is it? Upon digging deeper AEPI is a fraternity at Arizona. These frat-rats love the guys at AEPI and some Arizona Wildcats football. Imagine going to tailgate week in and week out and being able to stare at this eye candy? We might legitimately lose focus on football at schools like Arizona, USC and ASU with babes like these on display.

Have a ‘Girl of the Pac-12′ photo we need to see? We’re all ears. Were you tailgating over the weekend and saw a USC sorority chick slugging beers? We want to see.

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[Images via Topsy.com]


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