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Cheerleaders with hottest bodies Final Four teams 2014 NCAA Tournament (Photos)

The following is a list and slideshow of 20 photos of the cheerleaders with the hottest bodies from the Final Four teams in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. A couple of these teams have really popular cheerleader squads with some women with really hot bodies in 2014 (see photos).

Cheerleaders with hottest bodies Final Four teams 2014 NCAA Tournament (Photos)
Cheerleaders with hottest bodies Final Four teams 2014 NCAA Tournament (Photos)
Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images
Cheerleaders with hottest bodies Final Four teams 2014 NCAA Tournament (Photos)
Cheerleaders with hottest bodies Final Four teams 2014 NCAA Tournament (Photos)
Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Hope you enjoy the photos of the cheerleaders with the hottest bodies from Final Four teams in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Watch for the cheerleaders with the hottest bodies from the photos at the Final Four games this weekend.

Cheerleaders with hottest bodies Final Four teams 2014 NCAA Tournament (Photos)

Plenty of hot women live in Florida, and some of them go to the University of Florida and are cheerleaders for the Florida Gators (see photos). Did you know that Erin Andrews was a Florida Gators cheerleader? For more see 20 Photos of the hottest Florida Gators cheerleaders in 2014.

The Kentucky Wildcats have great basketball tradition, and that includes both the team's play and the team's cheerleaders. For more see 20 Photos of the hottest Kentucky Wildcats cheerleaders in 2014.

  • UConn Huskies cheerleaders

After not being eligible for the NCAA Tournament last season, the UConn Huskies have stormed their way into the Final Four in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Great news because the UConn Huskies have some of the most supple cheerleaders with the hottest bodies in college basketball (see photos).

  • Wisconsin Badgers cheerleaders

The Wisconsin Badgers are in the Final Four for the third time in school history (1941, 2000, and 2014). The Badgers won the NCAA Tournament in 1941. In the recent past I was never a fan of Wisconsin because I hate teams that can't score, but the 2014 Wisconsin Badgers can score.

Speaking of scoring, college basketball really needs to shorten the time on the shot clock, or at least start the shot clock as soon as the other team scores a basket. Too many teams in college basketball just dribble the ball around and pass it instead of trying to score until the shot clock winds down That's about as a fun as watching paint dry.