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Female students from universities across the country are showing off their school pride while also showing off their chest at the same time. The trend began in Kansas, where a fan from the University of Kansas known simply as Tiffany took a picture of her breasts in a Jayhawks shirt and added the hashtag #kuboobs to a tweet in an effort to “give a little boost” to the struggling basketball team.

The KUboobs.com website says the following:

  
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“On a Saturday afternoon in a sports cathedral known as Allen Fieldhouse our beloved Kansas Jayhawks were facing certain defeat from the evil Missouri Tigers in a final battle for supremacy. Thousands of Jayhawk faithful watched helplessly as the border ruffians from Missouri sought to pillage and disgrace our beautiful cathedral. Far above the Golden Valley glorious to view, one woman had enough. She channeled the power inherent in all true Jayhawk fans to resurrect the Jayhawks from a 19-point deficit to a stunning one-point victory! That power was KU Boobs.”

The @KUBoobs Twitter feed has over 19,000 followers as the trend swept Jayhawk nation “like a Kansas gale and carried the Jayhawks to the Final Four in New Orleans.” Over 11,528 people who like KU Boobs on Facebook.

“In a matter of hours, schools with similar accounts were being re-tweeted (Florida’s @UF_Boobs) and more were being created, like Alabama (@bamaboobs), Auburn (@wardamnboobies), Arkansas (@arkboobs) and Vanderbilt (@vandyboobs),” the Kansas City Star reports.

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