Gay Houston jocks slog through flag football season

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The gay jocks of the Houston Hurricanes Flag Football League, suffering through a rain-plagued fall season, managed to sneak in two games on Saturday.

And with teams including When Pigs Can Fly and Mariah Scaries, of course there was gridiron fun to be had. The Hurricanes prepped their jocks for the new season in August, cocktailed their weather worries away in September and officially opened the new season on Sept. 19.

The league continues its play on Saturday at the Houston Sportsplex with a slate of seven games.  The post-games party is set for Sunday at F Bar beginning at 5:30 p.m.

Photos by John Cox Photography


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