A UCLA cheerleader’s wild photos caused something of a stir this week before the Bruins’ big game against Utah.
Heading into arguably the most important Pac-12 outing of the year so far, the Utes are ranked 11th in the nation while UCLA is sitting at No. 22.
Both squads are currently 3-0, but obviously someone’s undefeated streak will end this weekend.
Before the highly-anticipated game could actually commence, though – a UCLA cheerleader’s wild photos wound up going viral.
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In a week of college football that saw a Utah cheerleader’s personal photos leak out and Molly Qerim’s handsy encounter with Colorado coach Deion Sanders blow up online, it’s telling that an otherwise unknown UCLA cheerleader could set the internet ablaze in this fashion.
That aside, it will be really interesting to see how Chip Kelly and Co. perform on Saturday. At the moment, they look like one of college football’s best teams.
Offensively, UCLA boasts the third-best rushing game in the nation right now and is currently 10th in total offense. On the other side of the ball, the Bruins are seventh in scoring defense and 12th in total sacks recorded.
What Kelly has done with his squad over the past few years has been really impressive.
The biggest strike against UCLA at the moment is that none of Coastal Carolina, San Diego State or NC Central rise to the level of competition that Utah has faced.
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Without their starting quarterback in Cam Rising the Utes have defeated a ranked Florida team, Baylor and Weber St. It is easier to boost your stats against inferior competition, obviously.
In any case, this weekend’s looming showdown will answer a lot of questions about both football programs.
Will Kelly’s strategizing and the Bruins’ play ultimately give UCLA cheerleaders something to get excited about on Saturday? Time will tell.
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