Is it the chiseled features? The stint as quarterback for the Giants in New York, the country's largest media market? Or his starring role as 'The Bachelor' on the TV reality show? Personally, I'm going with the extra mousse in the hair.
Whatever the reason, Jesse Palmer draws a crowd. Now an analyst for ESPN, Palmer and colleague Craig James took to the grassy field at the Bud light Fiesta village Friday to do a short live segment for the show, and in a matter of minutes several hundred people lined the field to watch.
PHOTOS: Jesse Palmer draws crowd
During their live shot, James talked fast, in the spirit of Ducks coach Chip Kelly's fast-talking, fast-playing style. Palmer commented that the Auburn defense could show signs of fatigue by the second half of the championship game.
After the live segment was over, Palmer had a little fun with the assembled crowd, and despite being sharply dressed in slacks, a sport coat and tie, took moment to roll around on the grass in mock defensive fatigue.
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