Meet Tori From San Diego State

Fresh off the big upset win against Stanford last weekend, we’re heading out west to San Diego State for our college girl of the day. That win was good enough to get SDSU into the AP poll Top 25, albeit right there at 25. Still TBD where they rank in the BC Top 25.

As for Tori, we don’t know much about her other than she’s an Alpha Phi at SDSU and she’s rolling with just under 20k IG followers. Let’s give that a bump up.

[IG – Tori]

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Meet Victoria From Ohio State

Ohio State fans shouldn’t be too bummed about their team dropping to 10th in the latest AP poll. There’s still plenty of season remaining and a beatdown of UNLV is in the cards this weekend — for real, they’re favored by 40 points in this one.

As for today’s College Girl of the day, that honor goes to Delta Gamma Victoria. This little clip of her flying the OSU flag in the DR should earn her some new followers:

[Victoria- IG]

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Meet Anna Congdon — Girlfriend of Penn State RB Saquon Barkley

It’s a little early to be worrying about the Heisman Trophy, but Penn State running back Saquon Barkley is firmly in the discussion through three weeks of the season. That’s just how it goes when you’ve racked up 548 total yards (241 of which have come as a receiver) and five touchdowns.

For what it’s worth, the latest ESPN “Expert’s Poll” has Saquon in second place behind just Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield. Meanwhile, you have NFL execs comparing him to the likes of David Johnson and Ezekiel Elliott, so yeah, life is good for the junior right now.

Saquon appears to be doing well for himself off the field as well, as he’s dating Penn State alum Anna Congdon. It looks like they’ve been a thing for eight months or so:

Check out the gallery above for more pictures of this Penn State power couple.


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Meet Molly Parken — Girlfriend of Texas QB Sam Ehlinger

Texas has a little quarterback controversy on their hands after true freshman quarterback Sam Ehlinger nearly sent USC fans home in tears last Saturday.

Ehlinger started the game on a rocky note, but he finished with 298 yards and two touchdowns against the No. 4 team in the nation. This 91-yard drive that gave Texas a brief 17-14 lead in the fourth quarter came so, so close to being the signature moment of his collegiate career (two games in!):

Texas may have lost, but Ehlinger was the big winner of the night — ESPN’s Todd McShay was quick to throw “QB of the future” hype in his direction:

Off the field, we have bad news for thirsty UT students… Ehlinger already has a girl in Molly Parken. It looks like they had a fun summer exploring Colorado:


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Meet Kendall From Washington State

It’s not often we hit Washington State for these posts, but hey, the Cougars are 3-0 and doing their usual thing of putting up points in bunches. They’re up to No. 18 in the latest AP poll and should be undefeated for their big matchup against USC in Week 5 (assuming they don’t blown it against Nevada).

Anyway, today’s College Girl of the day is recent Washington State grad Kendall. As you can see below, she doesn’t care for the Huskies one bit.

[Kendall- IG]

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Meet Kendall From Washington State

It’s not often we hit Washington State for these posts, but hey, the Cougars are 3-0 and doing their usual thing of putting up points in bunches. They’re up to No. 18 in the latest AP poll and should be undefeated for their big matchup against USC in Week 5 (assuming they don’t blown it against Nevada).

Anyway, today’s College Girl of the day is recent Washington State grad Kendall. As you can see below, she doesn’t care for the Huskies one bit.

[Kendall- IG]

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Meet Kelcey From San Diego State

San Diego State University students undoubtedly burned some trees after their huge upset win over Stanford this past Saturday. Things got a little weird when the lights randomly shut off late in the fourth, but the Aztecs prevailed are now 3-0 on the year — and ranked 22nd in the new AP poll.

Fun times in SD right now, so today’s College Girl of the Day is Alpha Phi Kelcey. Go give her a follow on IG.

[Kelcey- IG]

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Meet the First American President of La Biennale in Paris

In 1975, freshly minted Princeton grad Christopher Forbes organized an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He was 24, and already selling ads for his father Malcolm, publisher of Forbes magazine. “I wrote a catalog instead of a regular paper for my senior thesis and the Metropolitan Museum asked if they could have it first,“ says Forbes. “I brought a lot of my clients to the opening. My father said, ‘Maybe he’s onto something.’”

Now, as the first American president of La Biennale, Paris’s premier arts and antiques fair, Forbes is up to his precocious 24-year-old ways. Come September, when the sprawling show takes over Paris’s glass-domed Grand Palais, Forbes will again use his golden Rolodex as an outlet for his obsession with art history. “I spend a lot of time with people of means who are also interested in art,” he says. “So I hope to bring a few of them with checkbooks in hand to the halls of the Grand Palais.”

This year is one of many firsts for La Biennale. Besides crowning Forbes president, the fair also changed its name (formerly “Biennale des Antiquaires”) and went from biennial to annual— an effort, says managing director François Belfort, to compete with more frequent international expos. “In the ’50s, every two years was enough,” says Belfort. “But now, with some fairs happening twice a year, if you’re not changing with the rhythm, then you’re forgotten.”

While some yearly fairs, like Art Basel Miami, have become as much about the after-parties as the art, don’t expect a Biennale bacchanal. “We are one of the oldest fairs, so we have an identity unto ourselves,” says Belfort. “Our identity is quite different from Art Basel.” Not that La Biennale has been without drama. Last year, a reduction in exhibition space caused an exodus of major jewelers like Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Boucheron.

With his academic demeanor and moneyed relations, Forbes could be just the quarterback to navigate the fair’s momentous changes. His family has been on the frontlines of the 1% ever since B.C. Forbes, Christopher’s grandfather, founded Forbes business magazine in 1917. In 1982, B.C.’s son Malcolm originated the “Forbes 400 Richest Americans” list, and in 2000, under the tutelage of eldest grandson Steve, Forbes introduced the Global CEO Conference, a watering hole for the über-rich and an early model for today’s various and sundry leadership summits.

And yet, Forbes’s idiosyncratic tastes make him somewhat of a black sheep, even within his own family. For decades he has nurtured an intense fascination with Napoleon III (his brother Steve, by comparison, collects alpha-dog Winston Churchill memorabilia). Just last year, at the behest of his wife and children, he auctioned off over 2,000 objects related to Bonaparte’s lesser-known nephew.

Naturally, as grand marshal of La Biennale, Forbes’s Francophilia will be at full tilt. That weekend, he plans to bring a group of guests to Balleroy, his French chateau in Normandy. “The house is the earliest surviving work of the architect François Mansart,” Forbes says. “The Mansart roof was a tax incentive in 17th-century France because it added an extra floor that was technically part of the ceiling (French homes were taxed by the number of floors below the roof line). Architectural genius, like everything else, was inspired by a tax cut.”

And while Steve may have inherited Malcolm’s seat at Forbes, as La Biennale president, Christopher will, to some degree, be the one retracing his father’s footsteps. “For years all he did was bring clients [to the chateau],” says Forbes. “When he took them on his boat, he would say, ‘CEOs think they can walk on water and they never want to prove it.’ Which is to say, they’re yours while they’re on board. And it was the same in Normandy; when they’re your guests, you get to work on them the whole weekend long.”

Christopher’s unusual taste in hobbies also seems to be passed down from Malcolm, who once held the largest collection of Fabergé eggs outside the Kremlin. “The Kremlin had 10 and my father had nine and a half,” Forbes says. Malcolm also loved hot air balloons, which coincidentally, was the theme of La Biennale when Karl Lagerfeld served as interior designer in 2012. “[Christopher] is fascinated by hot air balloons because his father used to organize them at Balleroy,” says Belford. “So that’s an object that’s a link between [the fair] and the Forbes family.”

But as La Biennale president, Christopher achieved something his father never did: combining his artistic and professional pursuits. “He wouldn’t have done [something like this],” says Forbes. “He was so busy doing so many other things for the business.” As Malcolm might say, if he were alive today: Maybe he’s onto something.

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Meet Atlanta Falcons Cheerleader Nicole Bell

We have Falcons-Packers tonight for Sunday Night Football, a rematch of last year’s NFC Championship where the Packers came to Atlanta and promptly got their doors blown off.

This is the first regular season game in the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, so it’s kind of a big deal. The lights will be on, the roof will be open and Falcons cheerleader, Nicole Bell, will trot out there for her fourth season. She’s already got a following of her own with over 30k IG followers, but I figured we could bump that up a little bit more today.

Nicole’s Bio:

  • Hometown: Covington, GA
  • College: Georgia State
  • Who is your favorite Falcons player?: Jake Matthews
  • What is your favorite movie?: Titanic
  • What would your superpower be?: To Fly
  • What is your favorite song?:  I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston
  • What is your favorite vacation spot?: Aruba
  • What was your first job?: NFL Cheerleader for the television show Necessary Roughness

[IG – Nicole]

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Meet Natalie From Louisville

The big game tonight is obviously Louisville-Clemson, so we’re keeping it relevant today with our college girl and meeting Natalie from Louisville. She’s a Louisville LadyBird, which I’m pretty sure means she’s a dancer not a cheerleader. Either way, keep a look out and the ESPN cameras might catch her on the sideline.

[IG – Natalie]

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