Intimidating team chants
It brings together so much history and tradition that few schools can match it.
After each victory, the team gathers together in the locker room and sings "10,000 Men of Harvard." This is truly one of the great traditions in college football that many people do not even know about."Rammer Jammer" is the Alabama victory cheer.
Arguably the coolest dance in all of college football.
Nowhere else in the world can 80,000 people be heard screaming "Go Cocks." This can make for quite an intimidating environment for the opposing team. There are signs throughout the stadium, and the fans will chant it throughout the game."Fork 'Em Devils" is a saying that has been made popular by the Arizona State Sun Devils.
A few years later when Kelly was the head coach, the team claimed "Win the Day" as their team motto.
It is now in giant letters on the players' entrance to the stadium, as well as in the locker room and on a billboard to Eugene.
The lyrics are meant to taunt the losing team, and while they are quite controversial for lacking sportsmanship, it is a Crimson Tide favorite. "This motivational phrase came about in 2006 as Rutgers climbed the national rankings.
The end of the song rings out after Alabama victories. Head coach Greg Schiano introduced the phrase "keep choppin'."This phrase was never more evident than in 20 after the career-ending neck injury to defensive lineman Eric Le Grand.
No matter what team it is, there is some type of rally cry that the fans and players of the team grow to love and call their own.
At the end of the third quarter of every home football game, fans sing "Drink a Highball," the unofficial cocktail of the university.
The last line of the song is "Here's a toast to dear old Penn." As this line is sung, fans throw toast through the air and onto the sidelines in one of the craziest traditions of them all.
While some of these chants and sayings are more well known nationally than others, they all are important to their specific teams.
From cool sayings before the game, to stadium chants during the game, here are 50 of the best in all of college football. The BYU motto has been "Band of Brothers" for only a few years, and even though the Utah Utes tried to make fun of it with their "Band of Sisters" saying, these three words mean a lot to the BYU football program.