Would Busted Coverage be what it is today without the Oregon cheerleaders? No chance. I got to thinking the other...
Another Oregon cheerleader, another potential future Erin Andrews. Taylor Richmond is a member of the Ducks cheer squad and if you didn't know her before, take note. She's in the class of 2015 and follows the long, proud tradition of UO babes ready to take over for Pageviews. We introduced you to Bridget Case a few weeks ago, but dare we say Taylor is even hotter? JUMP!
We should just assume former Oregon football captain and quarterback Nate Costa isn't having sex with or dating a current Ducks cheerleader. Costa, who won the team's 2010 Most Inspirational Player award, was part of the 2010 team that played in the BCS Championship against Auburn. That was in January 2011. Today, just over a year and a few odd months later, Costa decided it was time to diss the looks of UO cheerleaders. JUMP!
Here's an Oregon cheerleader you need to know in 2012: Bridget Case. A Ducks cheerleader in the class of 2014, Case steps up in the long tradition of UO ladies with aspirations of becoming the next Erin Andrews (Stephanie Essin; Katelyn Johnson; Amanda Pflugrad) . Case is a sports journalism major, which means sideline reporting. Oregon just keeps delivering hot chicks to keep Brent Musburger entertained. JUMP!
They're hotter than the USC Song Girls. Most are on some sort of scholarship. They've appeared on Wheel of Fortune. They even have 2013 cheerleader calendar that's a step towards the NCAA's first cheerleader bikini calendar. The University of Oregon cheer program continues to produce the nation's hottest cheerleaders, according to our editors. Get to know the ladies - JUMP!
While nearly every NFL team is busy putting together a 2012-13 cheerleading roster the same was going on in Eugene over the weekend. Of course we could care less what the Arizona Cardinals cheerleading team is up to when there are college chicks covered in skimpy Nike gear shakin' it for the right to shake it for Chip Kelly's team in September. Our old friend Stephanie Essin is back. You might remember her as the aspiring sideline reporter. JUMP!