The University of California at Santa Barbara definitely has some of the rowdiest and most passionate fans. Not only in football, but also in the fields of the men’s Gaucho and soccer events.
Kansas State University athletes get most of the workout prior to games. However, during those said events, the fans are also gauded by the student mascot, “Willie the Wildcat”, to do a pushup every single time the home team makes a score.
The fanbase at Florida State University have been renowned for the war chant, which has certainly become synonymous with their competitive spirit. Fans bend their arms at the elbow to symbolize the tomahawk chop, which is the Seminole’s iconic image.
The University of Georgia’s fanbase can be quite a musical bunch. In fact, they sing their team’s anthem, “Glory, Glory” to the tune of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, which truly ups the excitement, creating an electrifying atmosphere that has to be experienced to be believed.
Clemson University in South Carolina has got fans which prepare for the big games in advance, getting amped up a day before or even beyond that. To them, the sport of football is not a joke, and they really are passionate about it. Heck, they even host barbecue parties over these games.
The University of Florida is known for the crazy fans executing the Gator Chomp during games. This two armed motion resembles the bite of an alligator’s mouth, signifying that the visiting team will be losing the game pretty badly.