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UFL announcers: Flutie, Slash, naked QB

Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, left, talks to former Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie during a photo session at the National Football Foundation awards diner in New York, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007. (Credit: Henny Ray Abrams, Associated Press)

Your game announcing team for the inaugural season of the UFL on Versus:

Dave Sims on play-by-play.

Doug Flutie as analyst.

Kordell Stewart as sideline reporter.

Anita Marks as a sideline/features reporter.

Ms. Marks has an interesting resume. She is a Baltimore talk radio host, used to be a pro quarterback for the Miami Fury and the Florida Stingrays and appeared in a six-page spread in Playboy in 2002 wearing only parts of her football uniform.

At the time, she told SI of her sideline reporter aspirations: "Football's like chess. Not to take anything away from Melissa Stark or Bonnie Bernstein, but do they know how to read a Cover 1? I do."

Photo: AP

Tags: Versus , UFL

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