College FootballNews

College Football Fans React To Utah Cheerleader’s Wild Video

College Football Fans React To Utah Cheerleader’s Wild Video

Utah has quietly emerged as one of the best teams in the Pac-12 over the past few weeks.

Despite having two losses on their record, a narrow defeat to Florida in the season opener and a 10-point L to a ranked UCLA squad, the Utes also earned an impressive win over top-10 ranked USC.

Stellar on-the-field play isn’t the only reason Utah has been in the headlines as of late, though.

The program’s cheerleaders have also found a way to keep themselves relevant.

Case in point, this video from the Utes’ most recent outing:

Truly impressive stuff. Fans reacted to the cheerleader’s wild movements immediately:

This has been a massive year for cheerleaders. Between the wild video that came out of Tennessee, Alabama cheerleaders’ provocative photos and a player literally flirting with a cheerleader midgame – they have been in the headlines nonstop over the past few months.

Cheerleading has a whole has experienced a real resurgence as of late.

Big picture, it will be interesting to see where Utah goes from here. Because of the two losses, currently they’re being talked about more so with teams like Oregon State and Washington than the Pac-12’s upper echelon programs.

That could quickly change, though. The Utes have a Nov. 19 meeting with Oregon where they could easily hand the Ducks their second loss, too. One of UCLA or USC is also guaranteed a second loss this year.

The real question at this point is whether the winner of that Bruins-Trojans showdown can accrue a second loss somewhere along the way.

And of course, everything is predicated on Utah winning out the rest of the year.

Can the Utes shock the world and reclaim their position atop the conference before the end of this season?

Time will tell.

Related: Kawhi Leonard’s Encounter With Woman Sitting Courtside (Video)

Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
Back to top button