I doubt the who sexual aspect of hostesses really goes on here, seeing as how I know a few of them. But it wouldnt surprise me at other schools, even here at times.
You are most likely correct. People here in Iowa... we have lives that don't revolve around Iowa State or Iowa football. When you get down in SEC country in places like Alabama they literally have nothing else. They freaking murder people over the outcome of the games, boosters get murdered, trees get murdered (), etc....
So for anyone to think that it was difficult for the Barn to find a group of good looking southern girls willing to get on their backs for the benefit of the Auburn football team then they are crazy. These girls would probably do it for free. These people are seriously warped down there when it comes to football.
A little bit on an article about Tennessee's hostesses....
The New York Times reported on Wednesday that the recruiting hostesses traveled nearly 200 miles to attend the game played by Willis, Miller and Lattimore. The N.C.A.A. is examining Tennessee’s hostess program in a review that has covered at least six prospects, including Miller, Willis and Lattimore. Tennessee has yet to receive a formal letter of inquiry from the N.C.A.A.
“I’m not at liberty to talk about the issue of Orange Pride,” Hamilton said Friday night. Kiffin declined to comment through a university spokesman. Also on Friday, Keith Easterwood, a veteran summer basketball coach, said that on a visit last year with his son, a football recruit, he had to ask a hostess to stop brushing her breasts against both him and his son.
He recalled saying, “Young lady, if you don’t stop doing that, we’ve got a problem.”
Easterwood said that he took a group of basketball players to a Western Kentucky football game at Tennessee this year, and that the presence of the hostesses had his players “literally reduced to blubbering idiots.”
“I’ve been up there five times, four for football and one basketball visit,” Easterwood said. “My observation is that this is a very organized operation. These girls have obviously been groomed. There’s a lot of eye contact and touching.”
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