USC Song Girls Or UCLA Cheerleaders?

September 9, 2008 – 4:45 am by Ryan Phillips

Unless you’ve been away from the internet for a day or two, you’ve heard how you – yes you! – can actually rent a USC Song Girl or a UCLA cheerleader for um, your party or function or whatever. We’re assuming she won’t just come over and entertain you personally, but hey we can dream right? A Song Girl will cost you $150, while a Bruin Cheerleader will run you $100. The question is, which is more likely to get you your money’s worth?

Now, of course, we’re not advocating any lewd behavior here, so calm down readers. But if you were going to rent one to say, take to your 10-year high school reunion to pretend she’s your “fiancee,” which group would you rather pick from? We’ll take a look at a few of the top offerings from each squad.

First, let’s take a gander at the Song Girls:

Christina:

The now famous Lindsey – here she is in action.

And finally, Christine:

So you could have one of those ladies for $150.

Let’s see what the Bruins have to offer:

Brianna:

Kristle:

Chantel:

So after closer examination and after considering the choices, I’m still torn. On the one hand, the Song Girls are College Football royalty, thereby justifying the extra $50 you’d have to spend. On the other hand, the UCLA girls are insanely hot as well, though perhaps not as classy. Nothing against the ladies, but there’s something traditional about the Song Girls. I’m not sure who I’d go with. It’s not like you lose either way. Readers, do you have any picks?

Thanks to BeatSC.com for some of the UCLA girls’ pictures

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  1. 15 Responses to “USC Song Girls Or UCLA Cheerleaders?”

  2. I’d go with the blonde with the biggest tits and the tightest (vag) lips.

    By Anonymous on Sep 9, 2008

  3. I would have to go with UCLA. The $50 you save per hour could be used up in the form of lap, I mean spirit dances.

    By JoseOle on Sep 9, 2008

  4. I would go with Song Girls, specifically Christina. Yowza!

    By Breeze on Sep 9, 2008

  5. The last one no question, just see her stretch.

    By Jose Hernandez on Sep 9, 2008

  6. I hope that last comment was from former Cub, Pirate, Brewer and just about every other team utility infielder Jose Hernandez as opposed to some knock-off Jose Hernandez.

    By Hickey on Sep 9, 2008

  7. I have to agree that Christina has something insanely alluring about her. Yowza indeed.

    By Phillips on Sep 9, 2008

  8. Fuck…you can’t go wrong here…for $100, that is a hell of a deal for a Bruin girl…but I would spend the extra $50 just for a Song Girl…it’s the tradition and name – Song Girl that hooks me…

    Book me for Christine!

    By rstiles on Sep 10, 2008

  9. Hell, why limit yourself to just one school?!?!?! Sign me up for a party with Song Girl Lindsey and Cheerleaders Brianna and Kristle!!!!

    As a Trojan alum I hate to admit this but I’m just being real…for the past two years, the bruins have been kicking our asses on the sideline eye candy! No disrespect towards our beautiful Song Girls…but dayum…those baby blue bruin babes are smokin’!!!!

    By Quan on Sep 23, 2008

  10. Hands down, Brianna

    By anonnymous on Nov 24, 2008

  11. Brianna is so fuckin hot

    By quan on Jan 1, 2009

  12. Definitely brianna no question
    christine is beat

    By Bob Marley on Jan 5, 2009

  13. Not pictured here, but I’d “rent” USC Song Girl Kelli Snyder from the 2008 squad. She was and still is absolutely stunning and she had the best and biggest tits which she jiggles at the crowd in her super tight custom-made white ribbed USC Song Girl mock-neck sweater.

    By Blizzard on Sep 20, 2010

  14. Someone please come up here and do something for the Cal girls, they need a sever makeover.

    By Steve on Oct 9, 2010

  15. USC SongGirls have sexier uniforms, super-tight form-fitting, figure-flattering,bust-accentuating, bosom-enhancing, white sweaters and have bigger and better tits!

    By Relentless123 on Jun 12, 2012

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