Most intimidating college football chants

14-Dec-2016 07:32

So outrageous, in fact, that some events were banned for fear of serious injury.

But despite the interesting history and context of this hilariously bad mascot, to most outsiders, it’s just bad. Wu Shock, or Wu for short, is literally a “shock” of wheat. They put together a superb website dedicated to the mascot (where the above quotes were taken) and have numerous hilarious promotional videos like this one: Who would win in a fight: the fighting pickle or the fighting okra? The North Carolina School of the Arts has finally (officially) adopted this mascot, a new-and-improved mascot that incorporates the essence of this art school.

, or the harvesting of wheat, is where the unofficial name of the Wichita State “Wheat Shockers” came from going all the way back in 1904. Having gone through a number of makeovers, the mascot itself isn’t any less confusing, or any more intimidating than it was 50 years ago. mascot is the chosen representation of University of California Santa Cruz: a banana slug. That used to be a question one could debate with some fervor (even though no one ever has). It has moved from the (less than) intimidating fighting pickle complete with boxing gloves to a resemblance of a French painter wearing what can only be described as a ruffled-piano-keys-shaped-tutu.

Any time couch burners and a team name are mentioned in the same sentence there is sure to be passion involved.As FSU's band plays the war chant, which you'll no doubt recognise, and the crowd chants along with them.You aren't a football fan if that doesn't give you goosebumps. Note: If you don't like sports, maybe consider applying elsewhere. In 2016, the NCAA reported that Michigan had an average home game attendance of 110,468. Now let's take a look at the colleges responsible for producing the most rabid, die-hard fans in the world.

Any time couch burners and a team name are mentioned in the same sentence there is sure to be passion involved.

As FSU's band plays the war chant, which you'll no doubt recognise, and the crowd chants along with them.

You aren't a football fan if that doesn't give you goosebumps.

Note: If you don't like sports, maybe consider applying elsewhere. In 2016, the NCAA reported that Michigan had an average home game attendance of 110,468.

Now let's take a look at the colleges responsible for producing the most rabid, die-hard fans in the world.

Dick Young, one of America's pioneering sportswriters of the 20th century, said it best: "Fans are the only ones who really care.