Found March 06, 2013 on
The Sports Bank:
The Iowa Hawkeyes have had a mediocre season of college basketball. Definitely a down year by their usual standards. No one’s expecting them to do much in college football next fall because this year was a disaster. They have some nice looking cheerleaders though. And one Iowa Hawkeyes cheerleader in particular has big goal. Iowa Hawkeyes cheerleader Rebecca Hodge, who’s becoming a fitness model after graduation. Rebecca Hodge won the Miss Iowa USA 2012 despite never having ever previously competed in a pageant before.
A co-worker recommended she compete in the pageant, after having received a letter about it.
“My friend thought I would be perfect for it and told me I needed to try out. I thought, `I’m not one of those girls’…but I guess I am,” HawkeyeSports.com
Then again, how much training and preparation do you need? Either you “got it” or you “don’t got it.” I’m sure the rookie from Iowa City, home of the Hawkeyes, winning the pageant probably burned up some of the veterans. Reb
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