The University of Dayton football cheerleaders get the crowd pumped before kickoff. A combination of a helpful administration, donors and a good crowd adds to the interest for potential players when they look at coming to play for the nonscholarship football team. "It's a credit to our administration. They're always looking out for the athlete, whether it's academics, medical or travel," said Flyers coach Rick Chamberlin.
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