An Oregon cheerleader’s wild photos went viral this week before the Ducks’ big game against Colorado.
Heading into Week 4 of the college football season, Deion Sanders’ Buffaloes remain the hottest show in the sport.
Be it for on-the-field matters like their quarterback’s burgeoning Heisman campaign, or off-the-field matters like Sanders’ handsy encounter with Molly Qerim or the Colorado cheerleader whose private photos leaked out, this group simply can’t stay out of the headlines.
Because of the hype surrounding this weekend’s looming battle between the No. 10 ranked Ducks and No. 19 ranked Buffaloes, one particular Oregon cheerleader got caught in the crossfire. Specifically, her wild photos went viral on social media before the game.
It has just been that kind of season in college football. Between the UCLA cheerleader whose racy photos leaked out on Wednesday, the Utah cheerleader whose pictures went viral before that and Brian Kelly’s daughter’s provocative snaps causing a stir, it has been one thing after another.
This was just the latest example of that.
Big picture, cheerleading notwithstanding, this weekend’s battle between Oregon and Colorado will be very telling. Last week, the latter squad struggled to beat an unranked Colorado State group that they were favored over by 23 points.
Obviously it is great that the Buffaloes were able to pull out a hard-fought win, and it does speak to the mettle of Sanders and his guys, but it isn’t a very positive sign heading into this showdown against the Ducks.
Bo Nix has Oregon’s offense looking like one of the best in the country. They’re currently ranked fourth in total offensive yardage nationwide and their 58 points per game average is second only to Caleb Williams’ USC squad.
Colorado’s defense, meanwhile, just gave up 367 passing yards to a true freshman and will go into this outing without arguably their best defensive player. In addition to not having the personnel to defend against Oregon’s passing attack, the Buffaloes have a terrible run defense.
Needless to say, the Ducks will put a lot of points on the board.
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The only hope Sanders and Co. have in this one is outscoring the opposition. Which isn’t impossible – just difficult.
One way or another, this weekend’s battle promises to be very telling.
Will the Ducks give Oregon cheerleaders something to get hyped about when they face off against Colorado this weekend? Time will tell.
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.