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Utah Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral After Florida Win

Utah Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral After Florida Win

A Utah cheerleader’s wild photos went viral on Thursday night following the Utes’ dominant win over Florida.

Heading into this week, many were excited to see whether history would repeat itself. Last year, despite being underdogs, the Gators came in and caught Utah slipping en route to an upset victory.

That didn’t happen this time around.

Despite coming into the outing shorthanded without starting quarterback Cam Rising, the Utes saw backup Bryson Barnes step up in a big way.

Barnes began the night by hitting Money Parks for a 70-yard catch-and-run on Utah’s initial offensive play, and that wound up setting the pace for how the entire evening would go.

Eventually, Kyle Whittingham and Co. walked away with a 24-11 victory.

It wasn’t just the players that delivered for the Utes on Thursday night, though. A Utah cheerleader also found herself trending in the aftermath over her wild photos.

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Earlier in the week a Florida cheerleader went viral over her racy personal photos, and before that it was a Notre Dame dancer blowing up over her provocative private pictures.

It has just been that kind of week for college football cheerleaders.

That aside, this is going to be a fascinating year for Utah football. Many view the program as a dark horse National Championship contender – presuming they can get Rising back healthy.

Whittingham is obviously well-regarded for his preparation, and it showed on Thursday against Florida. The way he utilized his backup quarterbacks was truly special.

In addition, Utah got a big boost from its defensive line. Yes, Florida’s offensive line is bad. And sure, the team was missing its veteran starting center. But sacking the other squad’s starting quarterback five times for a loss of 47 yards is nifty, any which way you want to look it.

Florida isn’t particularly good, so there is no reason to read too much into Thursday’s game.

That said, you win the outings that are in front of you. And that’s what the Utes did. How will this bunch fair going forward? Time will tell, but either way, Utah’s cheerleaders will be there rooting them on no matter what.

Related: Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders’ Wild Preseason Photos Go Viral

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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