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College Football Rankings: Hottest Cheerleaders of the Big East

Brad GoldbachCorrespondent IJanuary 8, 2017

College Football Rankings: Hottest Cheerleaders of the Big East

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    When you think of college football, the Big East isn't usually the first conference that comes to mind.

    The conference has to fight an uphill battle with only eight teams.

    But for eight teams, the Big East represents itself pretty well in the cheerleading department.

    Here is a look at some of the hottest Big East cheerleaders, on and off the field.

Rutgers

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    Rutgers has done pretty well for itself on the football field these days, and the cheerleaders represent the team well on the sidelines, too.

Rutgers

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    I think Greg Schiano and crew would approve of the ladies representing his squad.

Syracuse

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    Syracuse, on the other hand, can't seem to find its way out of the football cellar. At least, she represents the Orange well.

Syracuse

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    I'm not actually sure she's a cheerleader, but I didn't want to leave you Syracuse fans empty-handed. I don't think you'll mind.

Pitt

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    Pitt is a popular pick to take home the Big East title this season. That might explain the smug look on her face.

    Either that, or she knows you are checking her out.

Pitt

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    I wonder who she's watching on the field. Dion Lewis maybe?

    I'm sure you can figure out who he watches when he comes back to the sidelines.

UConn

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    I'm not sure if there are beaches in Connecticut, but she seems to know where they are.

    This may be a basketball cheerleader, but we don't discriminate.

    Besides, UConn's not too shabby in either sport.

UConn

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    That sign's not very creative. It only seems like it's getting in the way of things.

West Virginia

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    Seems like West Virginia is doing just fine since Rich Rodriguez left.

    There are many reasons he wishes he stayed. Count these cheerleaders among them.

West Virginia

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    The Mountaineer cheerleaders know how to party. 

West Virginia

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    I told you that you were missing out, Rich Rod.

    You had the best of both worlds in Morgantown. 

USF

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    You can't go wrong with the talent in Florida.

    The State always represents itself well on the field and the sidelines. USF is no exception.

USF

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    It may not be South Beach, but I'm sure LeBron wouldn't mind taking his talents to Tampa every once in a while to hang out with these ladies.

USF

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    These Bulls certainly know how to party. I didn't even take the easy route and give you Jenn Sterger.

    She went to FSU? Did I get those letters backwards? Apparently, she went to both. I'll ask Brett.

Cincinnati

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    No one really knows how the Bearcats will fare in the post-Brian Kelly era, but he certainly put Cincinnati on the college football map.

    If you're going by cheerleading talent, then I think they will do just fine.

Cincinnati

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    If not, they don't seem to be too sad off the football field.

Cincinnati

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    It seems like we have a theme going on here.

    Big East cheerleaders sure do know how to party.

Louisville

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    It's been a little while since the Cardinals were good at football.

    You can't blame these ladies, though.

    Might wanna look to Bobby Petrino for that one.

Louisville

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    The Cardinals will certainly be in good hands with Charlie Strong taking over the reins this season.

    It might take a little time before they are back on top.

Louisville

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    But, these cheerleaders will help make that wait a little bit easier.

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