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Tennessee Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Go Viral Before Virginia Game

Tennessee Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Go Viral Before Virginia Game

A pair of Tennessee cheerleaders’ wild photos went viral this week before the team’s big game against Virginia.

The first week of the college football season is always exciting. This goes doubly so for the Vols, who have a lot to prove in 2023.

Last year, Josh Heupel and Co. looked like arguably a top two or three team in the nation for large swaths of the season. Unfortunately, two untimely losses ultimately derailed the program’s National Championship hopes.

This season they’ll aim to prove that 2022 was no fluke. And it all begins with a showdown against Virginia.

Ahead of their big Week 1 match-up, a pair of Tennessee cheerleaders went viral over their wild photos.

 

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This has become something of a trend in college football. Earlier in the week, a Utah cheerleader’s provocative personal photos leaked out as well. Before that, it was a Nebraska cheerleader’s wild private pictures.

Cheerleading aside, though – this is promising to be a fascinating college football season for Tennessee. They should make easy work of a Tony Elliot squad that could only muster three wins last year.

But after that the road to SEC dominance gets harder.

A lot will depend on how Joe Milton III ultimately slides into his new role as the permanent starting quarterback. Obviously he took over for Hendon Hooker in the final two games last season, but that was a small sample size.

For what it’s worth, though – Hooker smacked Clemson around in the bowl game and recorded three touchdowns and 9.0 yards per pass attempt in his starts last year.

Although Jalin Hyatt is gone, Hooker does still have the rest of Tennessee’s top receivers back plus Dont’e Thornton Jr. out of Oregon.

On offense, this group be fine. Defense is where the questions lay. Generally speaking, losing your best defensive lineman stings. And although the Vols have a ton of defensive depth, it will be interesting to see how they fare on that side of the ball.

Virginia has a terrible offensive line, so there shouldn’t be any issues in Week 1. But against stiffer competition things may go a little differently.

It also doesn’t help that Tennessee’s secondary is nothing to write home about.

The Vols shouldn’t have too much trouble dispatching Virginia to start the season. Ditto for their competition over the course of the following four weeks.

Where things may start getting dicey is mid-October, when the likes of Texas A&M start appearing on the schedule.

Will Heupel and Co. be able to repeat some of last season’s magic in 2023? Time will tell, but either way the team’s cheerleaders will be rooting Tennessee on every step of the way.

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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.
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