Cheerleader of the Week: Northern Arizona's Cambria
Name: Cambria Kattau
I love my school, but I almost went to: Nowhere! I considered going to Arizona State or University of Arizona, but the only school I actually applied for was NAU.
My best physical feature is: Maybe my smile?
If I had to watch one movie on loop forever, it would be: Pirates of the Caribbean.
If you looked at the "most played" songs on my iPod, you'd see a lot of: Country.
My worst habit is: Biting my nails! I hate it.
My gameday superstitions are: No energy drinks the day of a game. They make me too jittery.
I'd love to trade places for a day with: Oprah Winfrey.
The talent I'd most like to have that I don't possess is: Drawing; I am not a very good artist at all.
These three things top my bucket list: Visiting Spain, bungee jumping and taking a road trip across the country.
I'd want my last meal to be: Sushi and vanilla bean cheesecake for dessert.
The most embarrassing thing that's ever happened to me during a game is: One time, while we were playing against ASU, I was doing a round-off back handspring tuck in the endzone. It was my first college game, and I was a little nervous, so I accidentally over rotated in my back tuck. I ended up having to do a backwards summersault out of it so I didn't fall over. To make things worse, when I met up with some of my ASU friends after the game, they asked me who the girl was that did a back roll in the end zone, and I had to fess up that it was me.
Three things I'd take to a desert island are: Chapstick, my cell phone and a friend.
My favorite sport and professional sports teams are: Basketball and the Phoenix Suns!
My one guilty pleasure is: Cake batter ice cream with brownies from Coldstone.
My celebrity crush is: Channing Tatum.
Five people I'd like to have dinner with (living or dead) are: Dane Cook, Carrie Underwood, Heath Ledger, Cameron Diaz and Will Smith.
My friends would be surprised to know that I: Have never gotten a ticket.
The next risk I want to take is: Moving out of Arizona.
The reality show I'd do best on is: Fear Factor.
The worst date I've ever been on was: A few years ago, a guy I met in high school took me to the movies. Before the movie started he asked me what my opinion was about the President. When I told him that I wasn't really into politics and I hated listening to heated debates over what should and shouldn't be done he leaned over and told me "This would never work." He barely talked to me for the rest of the night.
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