Watch the Tennessee Vols cheerleader try to retrieve a letter left on the court during a game

Watch the Tennessee Vols cheerleader try to retrieve a letter left on the court during a game

Tennessee basketball was firing on all cylinders during the Vols’ game against Arkansas on Saturday at Thompson-Boling Arena, IN.

As usual during timeouts, Tennessee cheerleaders held cheers on the floor as the two teams huddled together. But when time expired and play resumed with 15:46 left in the game, the floor was cleared — except for the capital ‘O,’ a cheerleader used to cheer during a timeout, which was left on the floor near midcourt. The star merged with the floor enough to play at least one possession with the star standing on the floor.

The cheerleader who retrieved the letter from the floor asked the official to stop the game for a few seconds before the whistles blew. After the official called a timeout, the cheerleader finally got the letter off the floor.

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To that point, Tennessee basketball had a stress-free day. And while Arkansas cut a 21-point deficit to 11 in the second half, the Vols cut the lead to 16 with nine minutes to play.

Saturday’s game between the two teams will be the regular season finale for both. If Auburn loses to South Carolina later Saturday, the Tennessee-Arkansas winner will share the SEC title with the Tigers and earn the top seed in next week’s SEC Tournament. If Auburn wins, the winner earns the No. 2 seed.

What is a college STUNT team?

What is a college STUNT team?

STUNT is an exciting back-to-back game between two teams performing skill-based routines in different categories – partner stunts, jumps & fall, pyramids & amp; throws and team routines. Read also : The Best Show You Don’t See Is ‘Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team’.

When did STUNT become a college sport? Stunt (or STUNT as it is commonly stylized) is competitive cheerleading in a different format. In the spring of 2011, USA Cheer announced that 21 universities have now committed to the sport.

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How did University of Tennessee get their colors?

Tennessee’s orange and white colors were chosen by Charles Moore, who was a member of the first football team in 1891. They were later approved by a vote of the student body. See the article : Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Not Allowed on Field in 2020, but Will Perform at Stadium. The colors were chosen because of the common American daisy that grows in The Hill area of ​​campus, which surrounds UT’s most notable building, Ayres Hall.


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