It looks like Gabrielle Union just passed the cheer torch to her daughter, who was wearing a Bring It On-inspired uniform to a football game. 

The actor starred in one of the most iconic movies of the early 2000s as a green-and-orange Clovers cheerleader competing against Kiersten Dunst's red-and-black Toro. The cheer comedy sparked a series of other classics that didn't quite measure up, but were still a total guilty pleasure for anyone growing up in the mid-'00s. Plus, it inspired part of Ariana Grande's "Thank U Next" music video. 

Union and her husband Dwayne Wade's 10-month-old daughter, Kaavia, looked so cute in her little Clovers uniform taking in mom's footsteps. 

Baby Kaavia looked like a mini version of her mom in the Clovers-inspired fit.

Supporting the Nebraska team, Kaavia wore the green-and-orange uniform. "Bring it!!!!! Thank you @runzarestaurants for @kaaviajames Runza Clovers outfit to kick off her very 1st visit to #Nebraska," Union captioned the adorable photo. The Nebraska Runza's green and yellow team colors are a close match to the Clovers'.

Take a trip down memory lane and see how spot-on the uniform is to her actor mama's. 

Some of the best cheer routines in the iconic uniforms are featured in this clip from the film. Check out the Clovers' winning routines at the 3:45 mark. Union's costume looks just like her little daughters  — she'd make a perfect addition to a reboot. Just saying. 

As any 2019 celebrity baby would, Kaavia has her own Instagram account where her parents shared some more adorable photos. 

"Of course I brought it. #Clover4Life #BringItOn #NebraskaGirl," the caption reads. Union was born in Omaha, Nebraska, so the whole family is massive supporters of the states' sports teams. It looks like they're already setting up the youngest of the bunch to be an avid follower, too.