Originally written on Down and Distance  |  Last updated 10/20/14
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Former Minnesota Vikings corner back and member of the infamous sex boat, Fred Smoot is detailing all of his stories from his NFL career (Credit: AP Photo) Former NFL corner back Fred Smoot is trying to become a Washington D.C. sports talk host and according to Dead Spin, the former player is detailing all of the stories of his career. Smoot, who spent four seasons with the Washington Redskins, before joining the Minnesota Vikings for two seasons, was a part of the infamous Sex Boat incident while with the Vikings. Today, hoping to garner some attention and build his name, Smoot participated in an ask me anything thread on Reddit today. During the conversation, one Reddit user asked Smoot a question about the Vikings’ Sex Boat incident and the former corner back offered a rather interesting term to describe what happened. Smoot told Reddit users that the party was one of the most overrated nights of his life. To this, Reddit user NotaRageComic asked Smoot how a night that featured certain sex acts could be overrated. NotaRageComic: I heard Bryant McKinnie picked a girl up, put her on the bar and ate her out on the bar and that’s overrated?!? You throw some crazy parties. FredSmoot21: We call that runnin through the okra patch! Apparently Smoot has offered a new addition to the Urban Dictionary and another explanation to what happened that night. Maybe this will get Smoot the attention he wants to launch his sports talk career. The post Fred Smoot has a new disgusting term to explain the love boat appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE - Presented by Sports-Kings.
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