Found December 17, 2011 on
The Sports Bank:
In the Indiana Hoosiers epic upset of then #1 Kentucky a week ago Saturday a star was born; and I’m not talking about Christian Watford. She’s a Playboy model who happens to be a very dedicated Kentucky Wildcats fan named Megan Dills. In the court-storming episode, Dills was knocked down and suffered a sprained ankle and torn tendons. The injury forced her to cancel a Playboy photo shoot that would have been this Saturday in Indiana.
And this story (along with a her general scorching hotness) made her an internet media superstar this week.
More on Dills/more pics of her here
Dills made her modeling debut for Playboy in 2007 with the “Girls of the SEC” issue, when she was attending UK. She later completed her collegiate studies at Northern Kentucky University.
Pictures come from Megan Dills Twitter account; which you can follow here
You can compare her to other scorching hot Kentucky fans here (UK Cheerleaders photo gallery) or here (Ashley Judd in Kentucky clothing photos)
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