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2014-15 College Football Bowl Game Cheerleaders Preview

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With championship week officially in the rear view, the 2014-15 college football season is nearly complete. That will make any diehard fan upset, but there is still a lot of action left with so many bowl games on the schedule over the next few weeks.

Since there are no real “home games” for any teams, that also means all cheerleader squads will be making trips with the football players. Instantly you probably are feeling a lot better now, right?

We must wait until December 20 until the first bowl game kicks off between Nevada and Louisiana-Lafayette, but that gives us plenty of time to look through each cheerleader gallery our friends over at COED have put together for us.

This way, we’ll know exactly who we’re rooting for not only on the field, but also on the sidelines once it’s time for kickoff.

The 2014 bowl season is highlighted by the first-ever College Football Playoff, and they should be real entertaining games. Alabama will first face Ohio State, while Oregon will have their hands full with defending champion Florida State and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston.

Right now, Alabama and Oregon are favored to win, but we all know how much that truly means.

We’re actually pretty thankful bowl games don’t start until a little over a week from now. This preview will gives us something to pass the time during finals week, and we’ll need every extra second to break down each of these galleries.

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*Section Photo and Featured Photo (above) credit to coed.com.

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