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Colorado Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Go Viral Before Colorado State Game

Colorado Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Go Viral Before Colorado State Game

A pair of Colorado cheerleaders saw their wild photos go viral this week ahead of their school’s game against Colorado State.

Heading into this weekend, the build-up for an otherwise unremarkable showdown between the No. 18 ranked Buffaloes and unranked Rams has been next-level.

Colorado State’s Jay Norvell has fired shots at Deion Sanders. Sanders has responded in kind. It has been a whole thing.

In the midst of all that, a pair of Colorado cheerleaders still found a way to go viral on Saturday over their wild photos.

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Aside from Sanders’ handsy encounter with Molly Qerim of First Take, nothing has managed to steal the spotlight away from this game like Colorado’s cheerleaders.

That being said, cheerleading notwithstanding, the most important thing for the Buffaloes this weekend is escaping with a dub.

After all the chatter and hype surrounding this outing, Sanders and Co. cannot afford to lose. Especially not to an unranked squad.

Colorado State, for all the criticism Norvell has gotten over his decision to poke the bear, is playing with house money. Nobody expects them to beat the Buffaloes.

If the Rams even make this competitive, never mind win, the program is in a better place Sunday morning than it was coming into this weekend.

Nobody would fault Colorado for losing next week’s showdown against Oregon. The latter squad has been one of the Pac-12’s best for years – despite coaching changes and iffy quarterback situations.

But falling to Colorado State? That simply can’t happen.

So far, Sanders and his squad have managed lofty expectations well. Blowing out Nebraska last week was a good start.

Can Sanders keep this train rolling against Colorado State? Time will tell, but either way, his Colorado cheerleaders will be there rooting him on every step of the way.

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Charles Kruger

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