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Sport Look: Video Of Nebraska Cheerleader Is Going Viral

00:35  27 november  2021
00:35  27 november  2021 Source:   thespun.com

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Rumble — A twelve-year-old girl in Omaha, Nebraska is making waves online after a video was posted of her sprinting 17 miles an hour on a treadmill. Jaiya Patillo is already a nine-time junior Olympian with aspirations to go all the way to the 2024 Olympics.

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On Friday afternoon, the Nebraska Cornhuskers hosted the Iowa Hawkeyes in a matchup of Big Ten West programs.

a group of people in front of a crowd: Nebraska cheerleaders run flags onto the field. © Provided by The Spun Nebraska cheerleaders run flags onto the field.

Early on, it looked like Nebraska would finally end the season on a high note. The Huskers jumped out to a 21-6 lead in the second half and looked to be en route to a comfortable win.

Unfortunately for the home crowd, the Hawkeyes decided it was time to start playing football. Iowa fought all the way back to 21-18 in the fourth quarter. That’s when things took a bad turn for one Nebraska cheerleader.

Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras rolled out to his right and chucked the ball down the Nebraska sideline. The pass drilled a Nebraska cheerleader in the head.

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A twelve-year-old girl in Omaha, Nebraska is making waves online after a video was posted of her sprinting 17 miles an hour on a treadmill. Jaiya Patillo is already a nine-time junior Olympian with aspirations to go all the way to the 2024 Olympics.

A twelve-year-old girl in Omaha, Nebraska is making waves online after a video was posted of her sprinting 17 miles an hour on a treadmill. Jaiya Patillo is already a nine-time junior Olympian with aspirations to go all the way to the 2024 Olympics. Her video has more than 100 million views across multiple platforms, with over 60 million views on ESPN's TikTok alone. Despite her widespread success, Patillo says it's important for her to stay humble, focused, and true to who she is.

She’s tough though. She shook off the pass and even had a smile on her face after it was all over – with a flex.

Check it out.

Good for her!

Unfortunately for the Huskers, they likely won’t be winning this game, even after holding a 15-point lead in the second half.

It’s a tough way for the season to end.

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