Flyer News: How did you guys meet?
Tom Corcoran: Freshman year, we all play football.
Sal Salvato: In the Vietnam war
Colin Monnier: Yeah ‘Nam.
FN: What’s it like all being on the football team together?
TC: It’s crazy.
CM: It’s good we spend a lot of time together and we see each other naked a lot.
SS: Yeah it’s good we spend a lot of time together, going to practice and hanging out. We’re really close.
FN: After living in the Ghetto last year [Trinity Street], what is it like moving to L Street?
TC: Walking to class is better.
SS: We have Frericks Center right next to us so it’s easy for football.
CM: It’s really quiet.
Brannon Dunn: And when you want to sleep you can sleep ‘cause it’s not loud.
FN: What is the soundtrack to 231 L St.?
TC: Techno, a whole lot of techno.
CM: “Make it Nasty” by Tyga.
Robert Washington: No, I’d say it’s techno.
FN: How will living together be different when football season is over?
SS: We’ll all be home together a lot, a whole lot of chilling will go on.
CM: We’ll see each other naked a lot less.
FN: If your house were made into a movie, what actor would play each of you?
CM: Dirt Nasty.
CM: Corcoran would be Chris Farley.
SS: No, he’d be John Belushi.
TC: I would be Stone Cold Steve Austin, Monnier would be a young Christopher Walken.
SS: Who would Wash be?
TC: O. J. Simpson.
RW: I’d be Denzel Washington or John Wayne.
TC: Steve Buscemi for Sal.
CM: Sal would be Nicholas Cage.
SS: Why am I the worst ones? I would be Danny Glover.
TC: I want to be Bobby Lee Swagger or Clint Eastwood.
RW: You can be John Travolta.
TC: If anyone’s John Travolta, it’s me.
SS: Yeah, after he ate his brother.
FN: What is one word each of you would use to describe your house?
SS: Cocoa butter.
BD: Hard bodies.
TC: Yeah, a bunch of hard bodies.
SS: Don’t put that.
CM: She’s totally putting that.
FN: Any last words for Flyer News?
BD: Joe says mustard.
CM: Call 440-552-4645.
Joe Janasek was not present for the interview.