Your schools have cute little female cheerleaders. TAMU has male Yell Leaders. Deal with it.
Your arrangement certainly has its aesthetic advantages. The TAMU system does a much better job of organizing 80,000 fans into a synchronized wall of sound. Ask yourself which system is more likely to assist the guys wearing the pads and helmets in their efforts to win the game. That IS the goal, is it not?
BTW, I am fairly certain that each of your schools also has male cheerleaders, and those that I have seen (across the board) look far more effiminate than the Yell Leaders.
BTW one of this year's Yell Leaders is a 12-year Army veteran with two tours in Iraq and father of two small children.
By contrast, a female friend of mine who was a cheerleader at Texas tells me that not one of her male teammates was batting from the right side of the plate. But they sure did like those brightly-colored polyester costumes.
So, who has more homosexuals on the sidelines? (not that there is anything wrong with that)
This post was edited on 9/24 at 7:00 am