Thursday, October 13, 2011

Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien’s Daughter Angela Carrying On Football Name In Lingerie Football League, Strippers With Pads.

Father-son quarterback duos are nothing new to pro football. Look no further than the Mannings (brothers Peyton and Eli and father Archie), the Simms (Chris and Phil), the Grieses (Brian and Bob) and coming soon, the Lucks (Stanford quarterback Andrew and his dad, Oliver).

But a father-daughter combination of former Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien and his little girl, Angela Rypien, her photo above, who is now the starting quarterback for the Lingerie Football League's Seattle Mist.

And in her first career game for the Mist on Sept. 30 while donning her dad's old No. 11, Angela showed she also has what it takes to be under center. She threw three touchdown passes in a 42-8 win over the expansion Green Bay Chill, coached by former Packer Gilbert Brown.

Of course, there's one question that immediately comes to your mind when you hear Angela is playing Lingerie football: "What would her father think?" "I don't think I've ever been just like, straight up, 'Hey dad, what do you think about me playing in my underwear?'" Angela said. The elder Rypien still doesn't sound thrilled about it, but it also doesn't appear to bother him either.

"I think everybody that really gets on the field and watches the gals warm up — the ones that come there to support their team or to see what it's all about, kind of get that, 'Yeah, they're out there in their bra and panties and they're playing football,'" Mark said. "[But] once the first snap happens and they start smacking each other around, you lose sight of all of that and you're looking at the technical aspects of the game."

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