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We hopped in the taxi and then all of a sudden I feel the taxi move signalling that we just pulled out of the lot.
"Anyways what should we do" Cam said "Go to the movies" "What movie are we going to see"Nash said "How about the purge 2" Ariana suggested (I know it's not out yet just bare with me here). It was my mom telling me it was time to go to the airport. We just got back to the hotel to find my mom waiting on us with our bags beside her.
"Alright let's go then" I said getting up to leave the room while the others were behind me. I grabbed my bag and headed towards the taxi that was waiting on us to hurry up.
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.