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ESPN Cameraman Goes Viral For Continually Zooming In On Tennessee Cheerleaders’ Butts During Game

During any sporting event that’s on TV, the cameraman can kind of control what you see.

Tennessee basketball fans have seen a lot of the Tennessee cheerleaders’ butts during a recent game.

The cameraman probably didn’t think anyone would notice, but fans caught on and had a field day on Twitter.

She probably has a lot of new fans now.

As far as the game, here is what happened.

The first half, No. 13 Tennessee looked totally prepared for the SEC Tournament and beyond. After that, things got more precarious.

Freshman guard Zakai Zeigler, whose family was left homeless by a fire in New York City last weekend, made two key free throws in the final seconds to help the Volunteers hold off No. 14 Arkansas 78-74 Saturday.

The Volunteers (23-7, 14-4 Southeastern Conference), who led by 24 points in the first half, wrapped up the No. 2 seed for the SEC tourney. Tennessee went the final 6:04 without a basket but still closed out a 16-0 mark at home this season.

“This league has been brutal,” Tennessee coach Rick Barnes said. “Every night you go out there’s a struggle. We can’t keep throwing lifelines out there.”

Zeigler finished with 13 points. His foul shot with 14 seconds left made it 77-74. After Arkansas’ JD Notae had an open 3-pointer rim out with 10 seconds to go, Zeigler made a free throw to clinch it.

Several members of Zeigler’s family lived in an apartment that was destroyed by the fire. The university did a GoFundMe project for the family and raised well over $350,000.

Zeigler got a loud ovation from the home crowd when he checked into the game for the first time and raised his arm to acknowledge the cheers.

Kennedy Chandler and Santiago Vescovi each scored 15 and Josiah-Jordan James added 12 for Tennessee.

Notae scored 15 of his 20 points in the second half for the Razorbacks (24-7, 13-5). Stanley Ummude and Chris Lykes both had 15.

Arkansas played minus injured guard Au’Diese Toney. Coach Eric Musselman said Toney likely won’t play until the NCAA Tournament.

I wondered if the cameraman got a call from his boss after the game.

Flip the page to see the tweets and viral video.

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