Friday, March 14, 2008

Why College Football Fans Should Put Their Macho Pride Aside And Sing

Imagine welcoming a big rival into your house with this, and note that this is a 55,000 seat stadium whereas most major stadia in the South are nearly double that.

Then once the game starts, you step it up a notch:

Slightly more intimidating that the "Geor-GIA! Bull-DOGS!" back & forth

Remember, that's a 55,000 seat stadium, so such things are theoretically possible at places like Vandy, Georgia Tech, Virginia, and Ole Miss. At the "big boy" stadia it's scary to consider the possibilities.

It's safe to say that this would intimidate the living hell out of 18-22 year olds. Can you imane a hotshot freshman quarterback trying to play on the road with 90,000 opposing fans doing this shit? He would most likely shit his pants, but we can be sure that he would be rattled.

Of course, flares can also be intimidating- if only fireworks were legal in Georgia like they are in South Carolina

Makes a place with the name "Death Valley" seem like candyland

If all else fails, and you really need to pull out all the stops against a big rival, just set your own stadium on fire, that should do the trick.

We needed this against Tennessee in the 90s

Those vids are of the famous fans of Fenerbache, one of the "big three" of Turkish football. The trick is to not go over the line and become the notorious "Delije" fans of Red Star Belgrade, the most feared soccer hooligans in the world. Forget chants, pyro, or rioting, they started a freaking war. No, really, they started an actual war.

So sack up, college football fans, let go of your macho pride, and embrace the power of group song.

1 comment:

beast in 'bama said...

Enjoy, Chel$ea! Enjoy!

Watch out
You might get what youre after
Cool babies
Strange but not a stranger
Im an ordinary guy
Burning down the house

Hold tight wait till the partys over
Hold tight were in for nasty weather
There has got to be a way
Burning down the house

The stadium is ON FIRE and no one's going anywhere! Also makes "You'll Never Walk Alone" weak by comparison...