Found September 27, 2012 on
Finally, a documentary on the Oregon cheerleaders has been made and uploaded to YouTube. Sure, it’s only 6:23 (minutes) long, but the story can be told via a couple of dance routines (in 720p) that you’ll be showing the boys at work. How this Tom Emerson character got this kind of access to the girls is beyond our comprehension. Seriously, he nearly gets kicked in the head.
Tom soldiers on and gives you so many hair whips that you’ll need a shower.
Still don’t think the Oregon cheerleaders are the best in college football history? You should be slapped.
Tom Emerson should win an Oscar for this work, but he won’t because the sports flicks always get snubbed by Hollywood elites.
Filed under: Featured Strip, Football, Girls, Video
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AROUND THE WEB
Dear Mr. Knight,
With your help, the University of Oregon’s football team has really blossomed.
A good team, quotable coach, great facilities, flashy uniforms … the Oregon Ducks have just about everything a fan could want.
But there’s something missing.
I’ve tried to bring that missing element into Autzen Stadium only to see it drowned out in a chorus of screaming drunks...
The title pretty much sums this up. Don’t forget to check in during the weekend. We’ll have some good highlights up.
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[via Guyism HT TheBigLead]
Spend six minutes of your life watching the Oregon Ducks cheerleaders doing what they do best on the sidelines at Autzen Stadium. You can thank me later, preferably in small bills and tater tots.
And yes, I’m pandering to the lowest common denominator by posting this video…I don’t have a problem with it, why should any of you?
[H/T to Sharapova's Thigh]
Reason #126,083 why it would be awesome to play football for the Oregon Ducks: these cheerleaders are doing their thing on the sidelines.
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