We’re back with photo gallery number two of the Nevada University Cheerleaders… and up for you today we’ve got a lot of team pictures, plus one super cute brunette with a smile to die for.
We’re going to start Nevada Cheerleader Week off on not just the right foot, but a great foot with a photo gallery of the girls of the University of Nevada cheerleader squad at the Wild Island Water Park… and yes as you can see they are wet and in bikini’s.
On Saturday a couple of the players Nevada’s football team were involved in a little frackus that turned into a drive-by shooting that left one player in critical condition. The good news is that Nevada starting wide receiver Brandon Wimberly is expected to make a full recovery from a gunshot wound to the abdomen…
the bad news, doctors are saying he “suffered major injuries to his colon and intestines” and his football playing days are over. And just like the Biggie and Pac murders police don’t have a clue who the shooter might be.
It’s hard out there and not just for a pimp either, hard times have fallen on college sports as well. Last year two schools were forced to cut DI sports because of the recession…Cal Berkley had to cut their baseball team, while UC Davis had to let go five.
And now word is the University of Nevada might be facing an even grimmer fate, they could get knocked down to DII because of budget cuts. Or even worst…they could be forced to axe their football program, which would suck for the Mountain West Conference.
The WAC has just managed to stay relevant until the 2012. The word is both Fresno State and Nevada have agreed to stay in the WAC until July 2012 before packing up and leaving for the Mountain West Conference. They had been trying to leave at the end of this school year, but the WAC promised to charge them a $5 million so they’ll be leaving a year later and only paying a $1 million exit fee.
Okay so just to get this right at the end of this school year this is what’s happening. Bosie State is leaving the WAC and joining the MWC, Utah is leaving the MWC and joining the Pac 12, and BYU is leaving the MWC, but going independent in football and playing in the WCC in all other sports. And then in 2012 Fresno State and Nevada will both leave the WAC and join the MWC. Phew! My head hurts.