Cameras are ubiquitous, capturing every moment.
Being a cheerleader entails a multitude of potential risks, including the possibility of an unexpected wardrobe malfunction.
During a pause in the Iowa Hawkeyes’ dominant 41-10 victory over Western Michigan on Saturday, a male Iowa cheerleader executed a cartwheel, followed by a backhand spring, and culminating in a 360-degree backflip across one of the end zones.
This dazzling performance took place before the home crowd in Iowa City.
All seemed to be going smoothly until, midway through his acrobatic feat, his pants slipped down.
Credit is due to him for maintaining composure and sticking the landing.
In the game, Cade McNamara delivered two touchdown passes, while Kamari Moulton contributed with two rushing touchdowns, propelling No. 25 Iowa to a 3-0 record.
The challenges ahead intensify for the No. 25 Hawkeyes as they prepare to face the No. 7 Penn State Nittany Lions on the road at Happy Valley next Saturday night.