It's October and all the signs of the new season are upon us -- the leaves are changing, the air is turning crisp and attractive college girls are taking their clothes off for Playboy's Girls of the Big 10 issue (NSFW). We sat down with two of this year's batch of comely co-eds to find out what it's really like to represent your school in the nude -- and whether they can make it to class without being swarmed by admiring fans.
Brianna Leigh Lang and Jamie Graham are from Penn State and Ohio State, respectively. And in case you aren't the academic type, we've accompanied their answers with visual evidence that these two are at the head of the class.
What made you decide to pose for Playboy? How did you get involved?
Brianna: I saw a flyer on campus, and I just figured it was worth the shot. I actually walked about 2 miles to get to the try-outs because I did not have a car. I got fully naked for the try-outs and was completely comfortable with it.
What was the experience like? Brianna: The photo shoot was a wonderful experience. They spoiled us with food like pie, salad, chicken, water, and pop. I had no clothes on at the photo shot and it was so cold that was the only bad part! I thought the entire picture came out looking fabulous!
How have people reacted on campus? Brianna: There has been some people not happy with my choice. But they are entitled to their own opinions.I am living my own life and making myself happy.
Have you gotten recognized?Brianna: A few people have recognized me in my classes. It is such a great feeling! When I was in the school newspaper for Playboy, I saw some people comparing my face in the newspaper to me to see if they really had a class with a Playboy model.
Do the guys at school treat you differently than they did before?Brianna: When guys find out I posed for Playboy they do act a little different towards me. They want to get to know me. I have been getting a lot more friend requests on FACEBOOK then before!
What made you decide to pose for Playboy? Jamie: Deciding to pose for playboy was kind of a spur of the moment idea for me. I saw the ad in our school newspaper and looked it up online the same day that I called to set up a test shoot appointment.