Still some of you wonder why I didn’t just write this column instead of first ranking the divisions. Well first ranking the divisions gives me smaller rankings which makes it easier to build to these rankings. Second it lets me fix a mistake if upon further thought I want to raise or lower a squad from the divisions. And finally, its because I get to post three days of cheerleader pictures instead of one. So why are you complaining, what are you some kind of cheerleader hating communist.
AMERICA, LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT BABY!!!
And with that, lets get to the rankings.
12. Texas A&M- As we pointed out in the division rankings, A&M really shows that picking their female cheerleaders is not a high priority in College Station. While I might not want to face these girls in a bar fight, winning this competition will not be happening for them.
11.Vanderbilt- Vandy gets credit here for trying, for being all the Vandy they can be. Plus one of the most attractive girls in my law school class went to Vandy, so I give them a bit of extra credit here.
8. Ole Miss- And just the legendary stories of the women of The Grove, I had higher hopes. Maybe as my SEC contact says, it’s not simply about the cheerleaders down south. In any event these squads fell short.
7. Florida- Maybe I was hoping for a squad full of Erin Andrews. Maybe I was hoping their cheer squad all wore jorts. Whatever it was, I just didn’t find myself thinking it was all that great to be a Florida Gator.
3. Georgia- Don’t the Georiga Cheerleaders feel like a Mark Richt coached football team? Talent enough to win the whole thing yet somehow poor play calling and clock management is going to screw it up.