TX Gov. Rick Perry may be preparing to run for President but if that doesn't work out, he has another new gig--as a virtual football player in the latest edition of Electronic Arts' NCAA football video game.
The virtual Rick Perry plays QB for his real life alma mater, Texas A&M (where he was not a football player, but a "yell leader"). TRMS producer and resident football expert Jamil Smith took a look at Perry's virtual "measurables" (sounds dirty, but is not) and finds that EA gave the Governor some seriously impressive faux gridiron skills.
Politicians as video game characters--now that's an idea I can get behind. Which public figures should get their own avatars in which games? Hit the comments, but keep 'em rated E for Everyone, please.