Cheerleader Competition Heating Up

May 13th, 2011

Joe always feels a little sad this time of year, when competition to become a Bucs cheerleader is in full swing.

Joe can’t bear to think of all those beautiful women who will be rejected. Joe wishes he could console each and every one of them.

The good folks at, presumably with very little to do during the lockout, have put together a stunning video update of the 2011 cheerleading tryouts. Joe was riveted. You should watch it.

Speaking of cheerleaders, Joe remains puzzled by the Bucs imposing term limits on their cheerleaders, forcing some of the classy young veterans into early retirement. There’s something extraordinarily wrong about telling a cheerleader she’s not allowed to compete.

That kind of injustice could be enough motivation for Joe to establish his own cheerleading squad.

7 Responses to “Cheerleader Competition Heating Up”

  1. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    How is rah rah our head cheerleader doing? So sorry couldnt resist, it was just an opportunity I had to take, I know poor taste . Bla bla bla.

  2. Jrock (mobile) Says:

    It’s like Christmas is may!

    @Thomas, your comment wasn’t in bad taste. It was, however, a pretty bad joke.

  3. Thomas 2.2 Says:

    I know jrock, it was not one of best.

  4. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    I agree with imposing term limits on the Cheerleaders. Otherwise, how are other girls going to get their chance ? Besides, the castoffs from the Buc Cheerleaders can be featured on Morning Cup Of Joe:)
    I have always wondered why the Buc Cheerleaders were not featured in a swimsuit on Cup Of Joe anyway ? Tampa Football Girls on a Tampa Football Website, duh ?

  5. Miguel Grande Says:

    Term limits are a way of circumventing age discrimination lawsuits. I wonder how much they pay the cheerleaders?

  6. admin Says:

    Joe here,

    @Miguel Grande — Joe’s not 100% sure, but Joe believes the Bucs cheerleaders are not paid. They merely get a small gameday stipend to help offset the costs of staying delicious all season.

  7. Jordi Scrubbings Says:

    Term limits increase the amount of former cheerleaders, meaning it’s easier to meet one out and about. That’s never a bad thing.