Take 5 with forward Jordan Seabrook
Oracle: What was your craziest celebration after scoring a goal?
Jordan Seabrook: Against West Virginia, the whole team posed for a picture. I thought that was pretty crazy.
O: What’s something that no one knows about you?
J.S.: People don’t know that I played clarinet in the high school band. I loved it, but I haven’t really been playing it much since I’ve been at USF.
O: What’s the last movie that you saw?
J.S.: I went and saw Talladega Nights. It was a pretty good movie, I was definitely laughing. My favorite part was when they had the cougar in the car and it jumps out and attacks. No one else was laughing, and I was cracking up.
O: Who would play Jordan Seabrook in the Jordan Seabrook movie?
J.S.: (laughing) Samuel L. Jackson, because I’m real crazy during the games and I like to yell a lot.
O: Did you see Snakes on a Plane?
J.S.: No. I wanted to just out of interest, but I just can’t bring myself to watch a movie called Snakes on a Plane. Maybe when it comes out on DVD.
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