Top 25 Well Represented In Newsweek’s List Of Hawt College Kids, Campuses
September 2 / Dan Fogarty / SportsGrid
If you have a football team in the AP Top 25, there's a solid chance you're beautiful, according to Newsweek.
Nine out of the 25 schools in their "Most Beautiful" list, which measures the sexiness of the student body and campus by essentially taking numbers from ratings sites like College Prowler, currently have a Top 25 football team. Four other schools on the Most Beautiful list (Texas, ASU, UCF, and Arizona) aren't in the AP Top 25, but received votes.
Overall, the SEC is well represented, with Mississippi taking 1st, Alabama ranked 3rd, Florida ranked 5th, Georgia ranked 8th, Kentucky ranked 12th, and Auburn 15th.
However, Newsweek's #1 rated school for hawtness is Ole Miss, and they're unranked in football this year. I have no idea what this means, only that the Rebels have nice things to look at on their campus.
Well, if you're a dude at least. One female student noted, somewhat hilariously, that Ole Miss' guys don't hold up their end of the bargain: "I would see these really beautiful girls with these mediocre-looking guys," said Porter Wells, 22, of Jackson. "All these guys dress the same, and they don't work out."