Tweet Florida Gators Cheerleaders The school’s sports teams are called the Florida Gators. They compete in the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference of the NCAA’s Division I. In football, Florida competes in the Football Bowl Subdision (FBS; still often referred to by its former designation of Division I-A). The Gators have a number of rivalries, most notably [...]
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Tweet Texas Cheerleaders null The university’s men’s and women’s athletics teams are nicknamed the Longhorns. A charter member of the Southwest Conference until its dissolution in 1996, Texas now competes in the Big 12 Conference (South Division) of the NCAA’s Division I-FBS. One of the university’s notable rivals in many sports is Texas A&M University. The two schools have acknowledged the importance [...]
Tweet ASU Cheerleaders ASU’s football team currently competes in Sun Devil Stadium, a 73,379 seat outdoor football stadium on the Tempe campus. ASU’s archrival is their intrastate opponent in the PAC-10, the University of Arizona, with which it competes for the oldest trophy in college football, the Territorial Cup.
Tweet OLE MISS CHEERLEADERS University of Mississippi sports teams, originally known as the “Mississippi Flood”, were re-named the Rebels in 1935 and compete in the competitive twelve-member Southeastern Conference (West Division) of the NCAA’s Division I. The school’s colors are cardinal red ) and navy blue, purposely chosen to mirror the school colors of Harvard and Yale, respectively.
Tweet North Carolina Tarheels’ Cheerleaders null null The school sports teams participate in the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision and Atlantic Coast Conference. The NCAA refers to UNC as “University of North Carolina” for athletics. The university’s teams are nicknamed the “Tar Heels”, in reference to the state’s eighteenth century prominence as a tar and pitch producer.
Tweet 1. Stanford Cardinal 2. Syracuse Orange 3. Akron Zips 4. Campbell Fighting Camels 5. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 6. Hawaii Rainbows 7. St. Louis Billikens 8. Providence Friars 9. Harvard Crimson 10. George Mason Patriots 11. Wichita State Shockers 12. Tulsa Hurricanes
Tweet It’s hard to imagine a college with more gorgeous girls than UCLA. The UCLA cheerleaders are regarded by most sports fans as having the hottest cheerleaders in the land. These pictures leave little doubt to that claim. Don’t you wish they all could be California girls?
Tweet In 2004, the womens’ swim team from Texas Tech posed for this now famous picture.
Tweet Cal State Chico topped Playboy’s first ever rankings of Top Party Schools in 1987. Since then, Playboy has been the most well-known of the rankers of top party schools, probably more for its associated photo pictorials than anything else. Cal State – Chico Miami San Diego State Vermont Slippery Rock Connecticut West Virginia Plymouth [...]
Tweet Contrary to popular belief, Playboy does not publish a Top Party School ranking every year. In fact, it has only published its own such rankings in 1987 and then again in 2002 and 2006. Here are the Playboy rankings for Top Party School of 2002. Arizona State Cal State – Chico Rollins College LSU [...]