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Cheerleader of the Week: Purdue's Lindsay Jacki

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Name: Lindsay JackiHometown: Indianapolis, Ind.School: Purdue UniversityYear: SeniorMajor: Public Relations/Advertising

Here is a photo gallery of Lindsay in action, and here is's Cheerleader of the Week archive.

I love my school, but I almost went to: Penn State.

My best physical feature is: My legs. Must be all the tumbling!

If I had to watch one movie on loop for ever, it would be: The Dark Knight.

If you looked at the "most played" songs on my iPod, you'd see a lot of: Guster.

My worst habit is: Quoting movie lines -- while the movie is playing.

My gameday superstitions are: I try to yell the name of each player when they have the ball. I also wear my lucky spandex.

I'd love to trade places for a day with: Erin Andrews.

The talent I'd most like to have that I don't possess is: Break dancing.

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These three things top my bucket list: Drive a lamborghini on the autobahn, be a voice on Family Guy, watch a volcano erupt from a hot air balloon.

I'd want my last meal to be: Ribs.

The most embarrassing thing that's ever happened to me during a game is: I threw mini balls into the crowd and hit people in the face.

Three things I'd take to a desert island are: A hammock, snorkel gear and a satellite phone.

My favorite sport and professional sports teams are: Football. I love the Colts.

My one guilty pleasure is: Watching bad animated sitcoms.

My celebrity crush is: Mark Wahlberg.

Five people I'd like to have dinner with (living or dead) are: Edward Norton, Elvis, Babe Ruth, the '80s Michael Jackson, and Tony Hawk.

My friends would be surprised to know that I: Can eat more than most males.

The next risk I want to take is: I want to learn how to snowboard.

The reality show I'd do best on is: Road Rules. I could win all those challenges.

The worst date I've ever been on was: When my date's mother followed us to the movies and sat behind us throughout the entire flick, sporadically reminding us to "watch the monkey business."