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Playboy Model No Longer Cheering For MSU, But Planning A Reality Show (Naturally)

Taylor Corley — the Mississippi State cheerleader who posed for Playboy prior to joining the MSU squad — has announced that she and the cheerleading team have mutually agreed to part ways.

When the first connections between the Playboy photos and a State cheerleader were made three weeks ago, the school said that Corley had done nothing to merit dismissal from the MSU cheering squad.  Her Playboy days had come post-high school, pre-MSU.

The website — which takes credit for breaking the Corley story even though several other sites (including this one) had already reported it — caught up with the former cheerleader and learned that she’s now involved in a new reality TV show.

“I’ve been in contact with Playboy,” Corley said.  “I’m also in the running for Model of the Year 2011! … I am about to start a new reality TV series called ‘Girl Swagg,’ it’s a pilot for MTV/VH1 and I’m very excited to move forward with that.  This has been planned for a few months now, though.  I do not have any representation yet, as of right now my mom is just helping me with everything.”

When the story of the Playboy shoot broke in January, Corley — who posed under the name Taylor Stone — said that she didn’t believe she would be at State for long.  That’s Starkville’s loss.

Sidenote — I’m just proud that I managed to cover this story twice without ever succumbing to the temptation of working Stark(naked)ville into our coverage.  Whoops.

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SEC Headlines – 1/18/11 Part Two

1.  Alabama is 9-0 at home going into tonight’s contest with Kentucky.

2.  The Wildcats will test the Tide’s stingy defense.

3.  As we pointed out on this site yesterday, if NCAA trouble is on Auburn’s horizon, why aren’t Gene Chizik’s assistants fleeing?

4.  John Pelphrey said last week that guard Jemal Farmer was dealing with “personal things,” but his status for Arkansas’ game at South Carolina tomorrow is still up in the air.

5.  UTEP coach Tim Floyd believes Pelphrey’s program is about to turn the corner.

6.  This writer doesn’t believe one bad loss at Kentucky should derail LSU in the SEC West.

7.  Andy Kennedy has his slumping Rebels putting in more practice work.

8.  Ole Miss’ defense is getting the bulk of Kennedy’s attention.

9.  Secondary rules violations remain a hot topic in Oxford.

10.  Mississippi State needs to take care of business entering a three-game stretch against SEC East teams (and their high RPI ratings).

11.  And you’ll all be glad to know that “Taylor Stone” apparently remains on the MSU cheerleading squad.

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