Photos: Sara Jean Underwood Does Football Good
The NFL had a tumultuous week. Big-name players went down with significant injuries. Player misconduct has led to scandals in the press and coaches are giving horrible post-game press conferences. In contrast, Playboy Playmate of the Year Sara Jean Underwood is celebrating football. Her own uniform of bodypaint, shorts, and eye black look better than anything we see on Sunday afternoon. The NFL would fine Ms. Underwood for several violations of their outdated uniform regulations, but they are wrong. Plus, we would be happy to represent Sara in her appeal.
Where Have You Seen Underwood
This isn’t the first time Sara Jean Underwood has worn body paint to celebrate football. Her original Playboy pictorial featured body paint inspired by the Oregon State University college football jersey. Underwood grew up in Oregon and represented the PAC 10 University on the cover. Her PAC 10 cover shoot led to a full pictorial in 2006. Finally, Playboy selected Underwood as their 2007 Playmate of the Year.
Underwood has leveraged her Playboy fame into a burgeoning career on television. She’s become a presenter and correspondent on BlackBelt TV and became a part-time host and correspondent on G4’s Attack of the Show. There’s more to Underwood than just her stunning looks. For example, she is a devout yoga practitioner and competed in the eighth edition of the Kunoichi competition in Japan. In the U.S., Kunoichi is known as Women of Ninja Warrior. Further, Sara Jean Underwood is a cosplayer and into superhero culture. In that vein, Underwood played a crime fighter named ‘Bustice‘ on a recurring Attack of the Show skit.
Underwood in Nature
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood didn’t hold onto Underwood permanently. She has returned to her Pacific Northwest roots for an entirely new endeavor. Underwood is designing and building one-of-a-kind cabins in the middle of the rainforest with her partner, Jacob Witzling. Accordingly, the pair are calling their project Cabinland. Dwell magazine featured one of the pair’s cabins called Diamond Cabin this year. In conclusion, it’s clear you can take the girl out of Oregon, but you can’t take the ‘Oregon’ out of her. In the case of Sara Jean Underwood, that’s is a good thing.