According To Former Georgia QB Aaron Murray, TFM Is His Favorite Non-Porn Website

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If you ever wondered how Aaron Murray, former Georgia quarterback and the SEC’s all time leading passer, amuses himself online, the answer is threefold: frock references, Fail Fridays, and frat trolls, or in other words, Total Frat Move.

The Kansas City Chiefs’ fifth round draft pick recently sat down with Dan Rubenstein of SBNation to discuss going from college to the pros, as well as a handful of random questions ranging from the quality of Kansas City barbecue (be sure to hit Oklahoma Joe’s, bud) to which super power he would want the most (I would have gone with invincible ligaments if I were him, but whatever).

Among other topics, Murray was asked which non-sports website was his favorite to waste time on. After Rubenstein further qualified that Brazzers was not an option, Murray, who started college right around the time TFM was born, was left with only one logical choice.

Murray: Hmm, TFM probably.

Rubenstein: TFM?

Murray: Total Frat Move.

Rubenstein: Oh yeah, yeah.

Murray: Just some funny comments, some funny pictures.

Rubenstein: Hard to argue with some humor.

Murray: Yeah exactly. Have some fun.

This doesn’t come as much of a surprise, as TFM has long dominated the “What’s your favorite website and you can’t say porn?” lists. We have a lot of audience crossover.

Here’s the full video. The website question starts around the five-minute mark.

Between Murray and Johnny Football, it seems like TFM has the SEC quarterback audience on lockdown. If anyone can get word from Bo Wallace, Nick Marshall, Maty Mauk, Dylan Thompson, and Jacob Coker, that’d be great.

Thanks for reading Aaron, unless you have a secret account on here and routinely eviscerate my self-esteem in the comment section like it’s a mediocre secondary. Go ahead and keep reading, just know if that’s the case, then I died a little more inside.

[via SBNation]

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