Lingerie Football Coming to Cleveland or Columbus

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Cross your fingers, Clevelanders, because there's a 50-50 chance you'll be able to satisfy your duel appetites for sex and football at the same time very soon.

That's right, Lingerie Football might be coming to Cleveland.

The founder of the Lingerie Football League says Cleveland or Columbus will be getting a franchise in 2011, and it all depends on leases, ownership groups, and... we're just going to stop because you're just thinking about boobs right now.

Details after the jump.

According to WKYC:


Either Columbus or Cleveland will be awarded a Lingerie Football league expansion franchise, set to kickoff in Fall 2011. The right ownership group, initial fanfare and arena/stadium lease will dictate which market is awarded the expansion franchise.

Along with Columbus or Cleveland, the LFL is set to debut another 3 expansion franchises in 2011 around the country, bringing the total number of teams to 14 in 2011.

"We appreciate that football is part of the heartbeat of Ohio and we eagerly await next Fall when we introduce LFL football in the state of Ohio," said, Mitchell S. Mortaza, founder and chairman of the Lingerie Football League, LLC.

And, yes, this is the part where you joke about them being better than the Browns.

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