Football jocks and their athletic supporters filled Zocalo on Saturday for the National Flag Football League of Atlanta's annual reminder that spring, tank tops and gay boys are always a winning combination.
The league hosted its 9th Annual Margarita Bust, an event where $25 gets you a bottomless margarita. But there was more for this St. Patrick's Day tradition – music, t-shirts and even Jell-O shots.
It's all part of a build up to the new season, which gets underway on Saturday. The league revealed the teams at Deep End earlier this month, and prepped with pre-season drills.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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