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An Oklahoma State football player is now dating a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. An OSU player named Zack Craig caught her eye, the Daigle's friend responded in the only logical way: by looking Craig up on Twitter and insisting that Daigle follow him to break the ice.

The story starts last fall, when Jordan Daigle — who wears the Cowboys cheerleaders' iconic silver and blue outfit and uses the pseudonym of Jordan Elizabeth — was watching an Oklahoma State game on TV.

As for Round 1 on Saturday, we had 67 contestants who auditioned in the past but not made the squad; this year they were back to try again!

Among this year’s DCC contestants in Round 1 were current or former cheerleaders for these professional teams: Arizona Cardinals (NFL), Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL), Miami Dolphins (NFL), San Diego Chargers (NFL), Tampa Bay Bucs (NFL), Detroit Pistons (NBA), Charlotte Bobcats (NBA), Dallas Mavericks (NBA), Los Angeles Clippers (NBA), Portland Trailblazers (NBA), and San Antonio Spurs (NBA).

There were also pro cheerleaders from teams in other leagues, such as the Arena Football League and minor league hockey teams.

This diverse group of women competed in hopes of advancing to Round 2 (Semifinals).

Only 104 hopefuls made it past Round 1 and were invited to compete in Round 2 (Semifinals) the following day. That’s when the returning DCC veterans show up to compete against this potential crop of rookies.