It's hard to believe it's been 15 years since the Toros and Clovers faced off at nationals, but that doesn't mean we've forgotten about them.
The lessons of the 2000 hit comedy "Bring it On," which brought us teen romance and spirit fingers galore, are still cemented in the brains of millennials everywhere.
To celebrate a decade and a half since the classic teen movie hit theaters, we're sharing 15 things we learned from Torrance Shipman and company.
1. Don't judge a book by its cover.
2. It's cool to be a male cheerleader.
Just ask "Jan, Jan, the cheerleading man."
3. Little brothers can be the worst.
But we love them anyway.
4. Don't steal from the Clovers.
They'll find out and they'll win anyway.
5. Punk never goes out of style.
6. How to brush your teeth and flirt at the same time.
Step 1: Don't get caught peeking.
Step 2: Don't miss your chance to show off the pearly whites.
7. Be open to new ideas, even if they seem a little weird.
8. These are not spirit fingers.
9. These are spirit fingers.
And these are gold.
10. Why make a mixtape for a girl when you can write a song?
Is there any love song better than Cliff's "You're Just What I Need"? Okay, probably. But it's still pretty great.
11. It's okay to date your friends' siblings.
12. Be original.
That means don't hire a crazy choreographer to come up with your new routine — especially if it's Sparky Polastri.
13. People cheering cheerleaders? Yes.
14. There's nothing wrong with coming in second place (especially when it's to the Clovers).
15. The song "Mickey" will never go out of style.