According to a “study” that was publicized by Fox Sports’ “The College Experiment,” the body temperature for an Oregon Ducks cheerleader is 186 degrees fahreneheit, more than double the 98 degrees of the next closest competitor, Texas and quadruple that of any school in Ohio’s cheer squad.
See the video below for more on that.
Therefore, as we prepare for the national title game Monday night, we present to you…..
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And since we’re talking about the hottest cheerleaders in football, here’s the NFL answer- our photos from inside the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders locker room.
The Oregon Ducks cheerleading has produced their second sideline reporter, tying them with the University of Florida (Jenn Brown and Erin Andrews) and one behind the Denver Broncos (Renee Herlocker, Michelle Beisner, and Lauren Gardner). Katelynn Johnson (pictured center and linked here) joins Fox Sports West’s Amanda Pflugrad (pictured left) as Duck cheerleaders now in the media.
For volume 2 of our Oregon Ducks cheerleader gallery go here
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