UConn Holding ‘Football 101’ Clinic For Female Fans

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UConn Holding ‘Football 101’ Clinic For Female Fans

The UConn Huskies announced that the team will host a clinic for female fans instructing them on the basics of football, with officials saying the course is not meant to be condescending to women and that many women may in fact know more about the sport than men. What do you think?

  • “Sure, I guess UConn’s course is fine if you couldn’t get into Yale’s football clinic.”

    Lydia Maddock
    Set Costumer
  • “It’s true that some football rules—like the one where players aren’t punished for assaulting women—can be pretty confusing to non-fans.”

    Tim Worsely
    Boat Rental Specialist
  • “You know you’re on the right track when you have to explain that your class isn’t meant to be condescending to women.”

    Dermot Himschoot
    Sawmill Overseer