A Documentary of The Oregon Ducks Cheerleaders Booty Shaking (Video)

The description of the video provided by Guyism is so well written you forget for a split second that this is Kobe Bryant’s dream video.

A documentary video of the Autzen stadium tradition following halftime where members of the Oregon Marching Band percussion shadow the dance team of the U of Oregon cheerleaders to provide the meter for their incredible dance routines as they move around the four quadrants of the sidelines.

Brilliant writing, now let’s get to the booty shaking.


19 thoughts on “A Documentary of The Oregon Ducks Cheerleaders Booty Shaking (Video)

  • I like snow bunnies as much as the next guy, but this was wack Rob. We need to introduce you to the cheerleaders in the SWAC before you start talking about booty shaking.

    • Thank You Jerremy:

      BSO apparently has NOT had the SWAC experience. This was Lame, but expected (considering where it came from).

      I was not impressed one IOTA. It was LAME. Yes, they had a little bit of style, but no Soul…….

      • With the thousands (maybe million-s) of blacks living in Oregon, they don’t have a single one on the squad??

        Come on man…. Is this BSO or WHAT ???

        • They have plenty of black players on the team it wouldn’t kill them to have at least 1 sista on the cheerleading squad…..I guess the brothers at U of O are definetly getting their share of jungle fever luv…good for them

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