College Game Day Traditions

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by collegelife on September 9, 2011

Its football time in the USA.  The opening weekend for pigskin prognosticators and time to fire up the tailgating grill.  There are some fun and crazy traditions around university campuses at kickoff time.

According to Times News Feed, it’s time to get out the face paint.  Here are a few of their most famous traditions around the country and a few of our own.  Click on the links for a little YouTube fun.

Rocky Top at University of Tennessee

Woo Pig Sooie at Arkansas

Hottie Toddy, Gosh almighty  who the hell are we?  Flim flam bim bam, Ole Miss by Damn. Ole Miss is the home of The Grove, 10 acres of the most famous football pregame party, complete with chandeliers and fine china.

Kansas Rock Chalk Jayhawk chant

My Old Kentucky Home  at University of Kentucky.

Michigan’s famed fight song “The Victors” from 1898,

USC’s annoyingly overplayed fight song created in 1922

Alabama, keeping things in the south, loves to chant “Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer,” a shout-out to the state bird, not to mention “Roll Tide”.
The Auburn War Eagle flying through the stadium will give you chill bumps.

Oregon Duck mascot rides out on a Harley

The flaming spear of Florida State’s Chief Osceola ignites passions

Texas Longhorns following Bevo

The running of Ralphie the buffalo at Colorado

The Sooner Schooner at Oklahoma.

The dotting of the ‘i’ at Ohio State

Notre Dame’s gold painted helmets and “Touchdown Jesus”

The Army and Navy Cadet march.

Did I leave anything out or do you have some Game Day Traditions?  Submit them in the comments box below.  For every comment and submission you make on this post or any other post on this blog, you will be entered in a drawing for free iTunes gift cards.

 

Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/09/02/top-10-college-football-gameday-traditions/entrance_colorado_ralphie/#ixzz1XSi3oRhn

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