With no NFL season on the horizon, we look to the college ranks to get our football fix. What makes the NCAA so great is the high-scoring games, legendary coaches and, of course, the hot collegiate fans who get pumped up every Saturday for the games.
These are some of the most committed fans in all of sports, and when you mix rally punch and football, great things are bound to happen.
Without the die-hard fans, there would be no football, and without the girls, why would we even watch? It's never too early to predict the top 25, so without further ado, here are the top coeds from the top 25 teams of 2011…
So you lose your star-studded Heisman candidate quarterback and borderline legendary head coach right before the season starts, and all you're left with is a shell of what your season was supposed to be.
During times like these the team is going to rely heavily on good coaching and great-looking coeds to support the team as they sit on the cut of the top 25 coming into the season.
Coming off of a 9-4 season and a shellacking of the Michigan Wolverines, there is a lot to be excited about in 2011. The team returns seven starters on both sides of the ball and has fine-looking cheerleaders to boot.
I am sure these girls can rile up the Bulldogs enough for the tough SEC schedule.
Who says that girls from the Cornhusker State are so wholesome? The team has officially moved to the Big Ten, and is bringing over all of its attractive female football fans.
The team lost Roy Helu Jr. and cornerback Prince Amukamara to the NFL, but there is little panic at NU now that Ohio State is much weaker.
After finishing 6-6, things are looking up for the Sun Devils. Quarterback Brock Osweiler is now in his second year in the system and is going to make some major strides.
My major worry is that he won’t be able to do his best work with hot fans like this in the stands. Crazy hot girls screaming your name on 3rd-and-8 may not be the easiest thing to overcome.
Without Tyrod Taylor, the Hokies may not have the same success they have experienced over the past few seasons.
Then you look at the commitment of fans like this, and realize that she will do her best to will them victory each Saturday. Soon everyone will be saying Tyrod who?
Blaine Gabbert is now an NFL quarterback, but the coaching staff is very confident in replacement James Franklin for the present and future.
These Missouri cheerleaders are going to do their best to make sure everyone forgets about the (let's be honest) mediocre quarterback, Gabbert, and gets on board for a run at a Big 12 title.
If it were all about the girls and less about the team, these girls would be much higher on the list. There is no denying that Florida girls seem to have that little extra something that seems to make them hotter across the board.
But Urban Meyer is gone and we are still waiting for John Brantley to take the next step. Look for another season of incredible-looking girls rooting on a bad Tebow-less team.
I don’t think it is possible for the team to be as bad in 2011 as they were in 2010. The Longhorns only return six starters on offense, making their chances for a full turnout slim.
They are going to need their cheerleaders to distract their opponents on a regular basis. That still may not be enough to take down a national championship-contending Oklahoma squad.
Georgia lost A.J. Green to the NFL, but that won’t stop their fans from coming to support the team.
She seems to be flashing something to show her true support.
Losing Cam Newton and Nick Fairley all but ensures that the team will not go undefeated once again. In comes Barrett Trotter, who gets a chance to win the affection of their super hot fans and take the team back to the national championship.
The women of Michigan State make it so easy to forget that the team is not going to be as good this year. Playing at Ohio State and Nebraska is going to be brutal.
Women tend to have that affect on our better judgement…
(Insert inappropriate Gamecocks joke here). Two bad losses to end the 2010 season are behind them and a few wins to start off 2011 is all they need to get the fans back on their side.
Southern blond chicks…there may be nothing better in all the US of A.
Wow she is bendy.
Notre Dame is looking to improve on a sub-par 2010 campaign under first-year coach Brian Kelly.
With a little luck of the Irish and solidly hot group of women, they might just be a tolerable college football team…nah.
Wisconsin lost a ton of players to the NFL and has to come back very strong if they want to play in another BCS game.
Looking at this group of lovely ladies makes me think it is a definite possibility.
Going 9-4 is certainly something to celebrate. Having coeds that are some of the hottest in all of college sports, now that’s something to tell students on their campus tours.
Razorbacks nation is apparently live and well. Ryan Mallett definitely should have stayed a little bit longer if this is the type of girl that cheers him on every game.
Team records in many different offensive categories and wins give the team a ton of hope for another big 2011 season.
I wonder what came first, the wins or these gorgeous women. Either way, I’m sure the players are not complaining.
The team has one more season before joining the Big East where they will have a whole new set of rivals.
For now, they will have to overcome to the loss of Andy Dalton, among others, and lean on their very hot cheerleaders more than ever.
Ah, another season of underestimating the Broncos. They open the season against Georgia, a huge test for them.
These Boise State girls seem pretty confident that their Broncos will once again shock the football world and make their way to another BCS bowl.
Andrew Luck, how I envy you. I can understand why the star quarterback thought one more year would be good for him in California. Well played, Mr. Luck.
Coming off of a national championship-game appearance, the Ducks are poised for another run at the title.
I don’t know which player’s jersey she is wearing, but it is hard to believe that it would fit on a child, let alone a college football player.
Jordan Jefferson is going to be challenged by a tough schedule and opposing defenses wanting to rip his head off.
But looking at LSU’s gorgeous, passionate women fan base is going to make it a lot more doable.
Florida State has not been on top of the Florida scene for a few years now, but it appears that they are going back to the top.
Like UF, Florida State dons some of the hottest fans around, and I am sure we will be seeing a lot the crowd every time they score a touchdown.
The Crimson Tide might have lost all of their major pieces to their national champion team, but they reload, not rebuild.
The same can go for their fans. Each year, these beauties seem to get better and better looking. With the hottest girls on their side, no reason to believe they will falter.
That’s right, the Sooners are back on top of the college football scene, with Landry Jones at the helm.
Their fans are also top rate. These girls are used to the national attention and look good every single game. The team will ride their fans all the way to the national championship.