While you wait for Week 13 of the college football season to kick off, help us figure out which teams have the best cheerleaders.

College Football Week 13: Cheerleader Preview Edition

This has to be everyone’s favorite article of the week. Our friends at COED are gearing up for an interesting week of college football action by allowing us to compare and contrast each team’s cheerleaders for Week 13. Instead of telling them who you think will win the game, you can let them know which side has the best cheerleaders. Pretty awesome, right?

Things have gotten pretty interesting lately as we get closer to the College Football playoff. The SEC is getting exciting, especially with Georgia beating down on Auburn and Alabama moving into the top spot in the nation. To make things even more exciting, the Crimson Tide is set to play Western Carolina on Saturday. Wait, who? Yea, I have no idea who they are either. It won’t be a game you’ll be interested in watching, unless you’re an Alabama fan or enjoy blow outs.

The big game on the west coast this weekend will feature UCLA against Southern Cal. Not only will it be a fun matchup to watch unfold on the field, we’ve got ourselves a nice debate as to which cheer squad is better. That’s why COED needs your help to settle this dilemma!

Gameday will be setting up shop in Cambridge this weekend for the Harvard-Yale game. It’ll be refreshing to watch the stage move away from the south, where it’s been the past couple of weeks. I’m an SEC fan myself, and I thought it was becoming a little much. This is obviously a huge rivalry game and will be fun to watch from start to finish.

Not only do Harvard and Yale have some good-looking cheerleaders, but they’re also pretty smart. That’s a double whammy.

Speaking of rivalries, you’re needed to help settle some hot cheerleader debates before a whole weekend’s worth of games get underway. Make sure to vote for your favorite team and share with friends so they can join, as well!

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*Section Photo credit to Winslow Townson, Getty Images; Featured Photo (above) credit to Gary A. Vasquez, USA Today Sports. 

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