College football is just the best.
I love everything about it. The early Saturday morning tailgating, the bands, the student sections and, of course, the girls.
There is nothing hotter than a hot college football fan. A girl decked out in her school gear, cheering crazily for her team, all the while running a blitz on your heart.
Once again, I have traveled to all 120 FBS schools* to find the loveliest ladies who love their football teams and rank the hottest fanbases in college football. Sure, you may see some cheerleaders and models in here, but I can personally guarantee that they are fans as well.
So sit back, relax and for the love of God, please don't take this too seriously.
*I didn't actually do this.
So, San Jose State. Where to begin? As a Bay Area resident, I can tell you first-hand that nobody cares about this team. Really. They're about as anonymous as a Division I football program can be. This school could score 70 points in a game and nobody would notice. Not that they would ever come close to that, based on their current level of performance.
Games are as deserted as an ice cream shop in a blizzard. As such, we've not got much to work with from a hottest fanbases perspective.
Pro tip: You want a hot fanbase in San Jose, go down the street to a Sharks game.
Middle Tennessee State has some very pretty ladies that attend the school. Pretty ladies who attend the games, however, are not as plentiful.
Don't worry, MTSU, at least the ones that do go to the games pack quite a wallop.
First off, the Panthers don't even have their own stadium. And without a true stadium of their own (they use the Steelers', which contributes to the fact that the field is a mud pit by midseason), the school's fanbase suffers.
As such, you're not going to see sorority girl-packed stands on TV.
Neat picture, huh? It's from the CMU bookstore, which is cool, I guess.
At least she looks happy. Probably has to do with the fact she could get any seat at the house at a Central Michigan game.
Look for yourself. I've got more roommates than this stadium has fans.
Any school in Ohio that doesn't have "The" at the front of its name is going to suffer in this slideshow. It may not be fair, but that's life (though Ohio University definitely gets the Party School Boost). As for Toledo? Sorry, that area's more famous for a minor league baseball team (Mud Hens, baby) than college co-eds.
But there's always cheerleaders. And they're fans. And that'll work for our purposes here, even if it keeps them near the bottom of this list.
Let's give some props to Army. They don't get to do all the typical college stuff normal college students do (beer-fueled tailgates aren't exactly encouraged at West Point, after all), yet they bring as much (or even more) student spirit than a lot of schools on this list.
And that goes from first-year cadets to cheerleaders, like you see here.
While the bigger, more famous Razorbacks command the headlines (sometimes for all the wrong reasons), it doesn't mean the Red Wolves don't know how to have a good time, too. See attached picture for exhibits one through eight.
Still, it's Arkansas State. Anything Sun Belt conference just isn't going to force its way into the upper echelon of this countdown.
When the name of your school is more synonymous with a stuffed horse full of soldiers from epochs past and a corresponding 2000's-era movie with Brad Pitt, you're not exactly in the big time when it comes to college football.
Sorry, Troy. But...that being said, Troy is in Alabama. Alabama has an abundance of cute southern girls. Cute southern girls need colleges, and not all cute southern girls want to go to Auburn or Roll Tide. So, there's Troy.
Let's be honest here, Kent State's not a football school. Don't believe me, let's throw a little logic into the mix...
Dix Stadium, home of the Golden Flashes, seats only 20,500. Now, aside from arguments that there's high school stadiums that blow past this figure, let's apply it to the task at hand. With that few seats, it means less room for co-eds. Less room for co-eds means a lower rank on this list.
I don't know much about Louisiana Tech aside from the fact that they won the WAC last year. So, congrats, I guess.
I do like their blue crew, though. They totally look like girls who are super into the game and aren't taking a group photo while a play is happening.
Even if you've got good-looking fans, as Rice undoubtedly has (it's in Texas, duh), they're not easy to find online. And when you can't find something easily with Google, red flags arise. I can find haberdashers in Anchorage, Ala. easier than Rice football fans.
Besides, Rice is a baseball school.
When you first hear the word "Buffalo," many things come to mind ...
- Really, really cold weather
- The fact that, yes, the Bills actually did lose all those Super Bowls in a row (sorry, Jim Kelly).
But then you see a picture like this, all of a sudden, those "wings" get bumped back a few spots. Just not enough to make a charge up this list.
David Letterman went here. Jason Whitlock played here. Current players were recently arrested for shoplifting male enhancement pills.
I repeat, current players were recently arrested for shoplifting male enhancement pills.
These facts will aways come to mind first for me before anything to do with the student body and its associated hotness.
I never understood putting "state" in a school's name for something that wasn't a state. North Carolina State, sure. Bowling Green State? No. That's just a leisure activity and a color. Cut it out.
Ah, the directional Michigan schools. Aside from when they're non-conference fodder for U of M and State, nobody outside The Great Lakes State even knows they exist.
To make a charge up this list, a very important requirement—aside from hotness (duh)—is the nation actually knowing you exist. Not the case here, sorry.
This is simple...
Tulane is in New Orleans.
New Orleans knows how to party.
When places know how to party, they have a population of good-looking girls.
Ergo, good-looking girls go to Tulane.
But, (and there's always a "but"), it's not LSU.
Apologies to the Green Waves.
Just look at this picture. It's ridiculous. It's so ridiculous that I can't even make a compelling argument for the school's hotness as it pertains to football. Besides, aside from Case Keenum playing until he was 80, I'll always think of Phi Slamma Jamma when it comes to Houston.
Basketball schools won't cut it here.
What's not to like here? University of Alabama, Birmingham may not be what first comes to mind when we think of college football teams (and their fans) in the "Cotton State," but pictures like this will definitely help out in that matter.
Nice paint job.
This photo is example No. 11,574 of why America is awesome.
It takes an incredible level of commitment to attend America's service academies, and when you couple it with smiles like that, it's hard not to throw on some Springsteen and rock out. And these cheerleaders aren't alone, either.
If you want great future journalists, go to Northwestern.
If you want great football and scantily-clad co-eds...you should probably go somewhere else.
Western Kentucky is the red-headed stepchild of the Kentucky schools. It's where you go if you can't get into UK or Louisville.
At least they have that big, goofy mascot. Everybody loves him, right?
Eh, I just can't seem to muster any enthusiasm for WKU. Sorry.
This cheerleader is super serious. She even looks a little upset.
Maybe that's because Temple is back in the Big East, where they were kicked out essentially for wracking up a 30-126 record in 15 years.
Let the butt-kicking commence.
Ah Louisiana, the state so nice it needed like seven universities to bear its name.
I had trouble finding anyone other than this wonderfully flexible cheerleader, but it looks like she's got enough school spirit for everybody.
It would make sense for Akron, hometown of LeBron James, to also boast a very tall Miss Teen Ohio.
Bridget Linton makes her school very proud and also looks great in a bikini, if I should say so myself.
It's tough to find a picture of a hot armed forces football fan. Every search just turns up some girl in a slutty Navy Halloween outfit.
So we'll just go with a cheerleader we know is in the Navy, and she's a big football fan to boot. Just check out that Heisman pose.
Unless you're a football player, coach, parent of a player, parent of a coach or a player or coach's wife, girlfriend, etc, you don't think of UCONN as a football school. I mean, who among us hears the name "UCONN" and thinks "football."
Even when this team made a BCS bowl, nobody from their college showed up. You know other schools would have students (and hotties) caravanning en masse. Minus points. There's more to college than basketball.
Enough said. Talk to us in a few months when we talk hardwood hotties.
It's nice when you search for a fan or cheerleader of a school, and the corresponding pictures are of them at a football game.
Bonus points, indeed.
What's not to like here?
School spirit? Check.
Cute outfits? Check.
Eye-black that's red to match the school colors? Check.
You can bet they were happy when the Cyclones shocked Oklahoma State last year.
Nice picture, right?
Here's the problem: It's a picture taken during a basketball game. Seemingly every photo everywhere (cheerleader, fan or not) on the Internet of Wake Forest is taken during a basketball game. (That's what happens when you have a program that produced Tim Duncan and Chris Paul.)
Doesn't bode well for football. Not the players, not the fans and certainly not in this ranking.
Nice picture here, though, right?
Don't tell her that BYU doesn't know how to have fun on game day. It may be the exact opposite of West Virginia on the party school spectrum, but that doesn't mean the Cougars can't bring the cuteness when it comes for Saturday kickoff all the same.
This just happens to be Jimmer Fredette's wife, Whitney. Although we're sure she's mostly a basketball and a Jimmer fan, I don't doubt she went to a BYU football game or two in her day.
Colorado is known for its clean air, rolling mountains and beautiful women. If you don't believe me, head to a CSU Rams game and while you're there, you'll see plenty of lovely ladies like these.
Not afraid to enjoy a Bud Light and a football game.
No offense to the state of Wyoming, but take away Yellowstone, and there's not much else left there.
But pictures like this can make a strong argument to the contrary.
I like these girls because you can tell they know rule No. 1: What happens at UNLV, stays at UNLV.
That includes a 2-10 record for their football team last year. Whoops, just broke rule No. 1.
If you like your girls book smart and sports smart, Vandy girls may be the girls for you.
Well, they're probably more book smart than football smart, considering that Vanderbilt usually has to compete with Kentucky to see who gets the honor of being the worst in the SEC.
Maryland is going to be very bad at football this year. If they still have enough players to even field a team after all the players have transferred out.
Either way, these girls probably won't be doing a lot of celebrating. Which is too bad, because they look like they'd be a lot of fun.
The Pac-12 is usually a hotbed of hotties looking to work on their tans out on the West Coast. The frosty confines of Washington, however, doesn't exactly fit that bill.
They do, however, have plenty of homegrown girls who know their football and actually live up to their hype, unlike former Huskie hype-job Jake Locker.
Right in the middle of the biggest little city in the world, Reno, sits Nevada University. It's hot there, which bodes well for the outfits of the female population.
Maybe we'll catch this girl wearing a pair of Lt. Dangle shorts.
The Northern Illinois Huskies were no joke last year. They lost three games, which, aside from the shellacking from Wisconsin, were only by a total of 10 points.
I'm sure a lot of that had to do with their great fans, including the cutie on the right. She's getting me fired up just to finish this list.
I, like most college football fans, know little to nothing about New Mexico.
I do, however, know a thing or two about gorgeous faces. And what you see here is impressive, to say the least.
If you can avert your eyes from that stunning photo for just a moment, I will explain that, yes, that actually is a Florida Atlantic cheerleader. "Wow" is right. And she's not alone, either.
Now, aside from the fact these may be some of the craziest (read: best) cheerleading uniforms in college sports, it's worth pointing out that these cheerleaders actually represent a big portion of the FAU fanbase, as the team isn't very good. That's why these cheerleaders nearly took the top spot in Total Pro Sports' list of "Terrible College Football Teams with Hot Cheerleaders."
Cindy: "So it's agreed. The four of us will go to the game spelling out U-T-A-H on our shirts. It'll look awesome!"
Jessica: *walks in the door* "Hey, BFFs! What did I miss? Are we still going to the game tomorrow?"
Tabitha: "Ooh, we're so sorry, Jess. We already have four girls to spell Utah tomorrow. You're too late."
Jessica: "But I always go. Can't I spell out 'UTES' or something?"
April: "Where are you going to round up three more girls on short notice?"
Jessica: "I just figured I could put 'UTES' all on my shirt."
Megan: "But that totally ruins the aesthetic. We always do it with four girls."
Jessica: "No, it'll look great. Don't worry. I'll go do it right now. I'm so excited!!!!"
All four: "God, Jessica is the WORST."
Andrew Luck did so much for Stanford football. He made them a national contender.
But one of his greatest achievements may have been getting one of their hottest students out of her dorm and away from studying nuclear physics or whatever they study over there and paint his name on her torso with her other fellow students.
That is a mark of a great man.
Undeniable facts about Tulsa:
- The nickname "Golden Hurricane" is awesome, one of the best in college football. (Coming from an alma mater of cliche "Wildcats," I'm definitely jealous about that one.)
- This is a great picture.
Tigers fans won't like to hear this, but when this school is mentioned, I would hazard a guess that 98 percent of people who A) aren't from Tennessee and B) didn't go to school here immediately think of an ex-basketball coach (Calipari) and an ex-star player (Rose) when "Memphis" is mentioned.
Doesn't bode too well on a football-related list. But girls like these outside at football games could help turn that perception around, at least from a frat-boy perspective.
Meet Kylee, a Sports Illustrated Cheerleader of the Week. From Western Michigan.
Bleacher Report also approves of Kylee, and she provides a definite boost to a school that doesn't get much pub.
This lovely lady is Ashley Russell, sports reporter and Notre Dame fan. Here she is modeling some way-too-revealing ND outfit that still has the tags on it.
Really, Ashley, you couldn't find a Notre Dame tank top or something for us? Oh well, that sums up Notre Dame right there. Always leaving you disappointed and wanting more.
So what if this is a picture of a Utah State cheerleader at a basketball game? Are you complaining that much? Really. Just look at the picture. It's amazing. It's not like you know anything about this school's football program anyway, and if you do, you better go to the school, because it's not like ESPN is doing remotes from there on a daily basis. This picture is great, and writing about it is much better than making some ditty about this football team.
Thank you for your time.
Yes, the "it's a basketball school" argument plays here (especially because the two teams share a stadium), but I don't care when pictures like this come across my MacBook screen. This picture is everything that this slideshow is about.
Thank you. Thank you very much.
These girls look like volleyball players, which is great because I love an athletic fan. They really appreciate the game more knowing what it takes to compete at a high level.
Plus, I love volleyball shorts.
There was a part of me that wanted to go to the University of Hawaii as a kid, but the whole "island fever" trapped thing worried me. Then again, if you're trapped with fans like this, maybe it wouldn't have been so bad.
I certainly would be enjoying the moment more than Mr. Piggy Back Ride Giver here.
As a fan of Oregon football, I always thought the Ducks' fans and cheerleaders were far advanced compared to most schools, especially to anybody else in the state.
Wrong. Very, very wrong.
The days of proudly wearing your Penn State gear around are pretty much over. Especially when they don't have a football team in 10 years...
We'll, enjoy it while it lasts.
Cal may be more known for education than football, but as a Bay Area resident, I can contest that there's some definite hotness going down at Memorial Stadium on game day.
Smart and hot—the best combination.
As much as I love these Miami of Ohio girls, I've got big problems with their fundamentals.
The one of the left is totally off balance as she's throwing and she's got her arm way ahead of her body. Matt Miller would not approve of her technique. It's very Tebow-esque, wouldn't you say?
And the one of the right is holding that football the wrong way. Very easy to strip. Gotta tuck that into your ribs.
No wonder their team went 4-8 last year.
You know, this isn't really the ideal outfit for attending a Boston College game. For one, it gets very cold in Boston. For two, she'd probably get kicked out for not wearing any pants.
For three, most of the Boston College fans are probably guys, and this is not a look I'd like to see on any of them.
Here's Boise State coach Chris Petersen with a cute fan. Sure, we could have found a picture of cheerleaders and such, but this picture fits the bill too well.
And it's the only pic you'll see in this slider where a famous coach makes a cameo.
If you can't read it, this girl is rocking a "Mighty Vandals" t-shirt in honor of her Idaho team. Vandals seems like a strange nickname for a team. It's not very flattering. Who wants to be a vandal? Banksy fans?
Still, this girl is cute, so I'm not going to begrudge her of her Vandal pride. When you go to school in Idaho, you gotta find something to do.
I think now would be a great time to mention how big of a fan I am of girls wearing football jerseys. It's sporty, which is hot, and they're also short, so it shows off the midriff.
Ladies, you can save yourself a ton of money in lingerie just by picking up some football jerseys. Trust me.
Georgie Tech may not win the battle of the Georgias when it comes to beautiful women (Dawgs by a long shot, sorry folks), but they still hold their own in the ACC.
And they probably get better jobs out of college, so you've got that one on them. But who cares about that, right?
Doesn't the girl on the right look a little bit like Miley Cyrus? God, just thinking about that makes me think about her annoying nasal voice.
Let's just move on and agree that these girls look like awesome football fans, Miley Cyrus voice or not.
Tech and West Virginia may grab all the headlines, but let's not have a cavalier attitude about this school's hotness.
Get it? Cavalier attitude?
See what happens when pictures like this come across my screen. I lose all train of thought and start dropping some really, really lame jokes.
Let's move on before that happens again.
Somewhere in the recesses of my over-Red-Bulled brain is a pun about these wonderful Fresno State fans posing in front of an ambulance. But it's late, and frankly, I'm more concerned about the Bulldogs' fate in their second game against Oregon.
My advice, Fresno faithful: Pay attention to the cheerleaders. It will be way better than watching Oregon scorch the earth with its speed for another touchdown.
Colorado fans, we have heard your cry. Every year they demand to be ranked higher on this list and we finally have some solid photographic evidence to support your claims.
I'm especially a big fan of the girl on the right and her hilariously obvious tan line and low-cut top that is staying up by some miracle of science.
This is a nice, normal photo of a cute Nebraska cheerleader. (We could have used a photo from that Husker hottie website, but it's kinda seedy, and the kind of thing your boss may not like too much.)
Anyhow, this could be the space for some corn-related joke, but it's been a long day, and there's no way to make a corn-related joke not lame.
I have to give New Mexico State some credit. They keep hanging onto that Aggies nickname even though 1) nobody knows what an Aggie is and 2) they're like the third most popular Aggies.
I will give these two credit for showing up at UTEP, rocking their school gear at an away game. Never an easy thing to do.
Remember when Cincy made a BCS bowl and then got Tebow'd in his final Florida game (when Tebow didn't have to worry about things like "accuracy" and could punk Big East-level defenses like the Bearcats')?
I'm gonna guess this picture wasn't taken during the 2010 Sugar Bowl, when Skip Bayless' favorite player was amassing 482 yards passing. Sorry, Cincy.
Awesome picture, though.
I don't know much about ECU since Skip Holtz left, and that's because his denture-wearing dad takes over my TV every Saturday to give Mark May (and the rest of the country) headaches with his "analysis."
But pictures like these can change that.
These UTEP ladies look like they are having a great time. Enjoy it while it lasts, because we're probably not going to see a lot of smiles from football fans early in the year.
With the Miners starting the season with games against Oklahoma, Ole Miss and Wisconsin in their first three matchups, it's probably not going to be pretty.
These girls will still be pretty. The season won't be, though.
I don't know when she can wear an outfit like that considering how cold it gets there during November and December home games, but more power to her.
Let's put it this way, it was an issue for some NC state students when the school slipped (slipped!) to 29 on PopCrunch's hottest student rankings.
Hey, considering there's 120 Division I football schools and a gajillion more colleges, top 30 is nothing to scoff at. Just look at this picture snapped during an NC state football game for all the proof necessary.
You want to know a bunch about FIU football, or look some more at this picture?
You want a pun about FIU football, or look some more at this picture?
That's what I thought.
I love the look on this Mississippi State fan. It's like "Oh, you're taking my picture? Of course you are," like it happens all the time.
I don't blame her, but then again, can you blame the cameraman?
Louisiana-Monroe boasts their very own Miss Louisiana, and it looks like her and her friends have got some great school spirit.
The best part about this photo, even without the pageant winner, is that this group would still be a bunch of knockouts.
You don't take a stadium called the "big house," stuff it full of 100,000 people and not have some hot fans in the seats.
Like these girls, who definitely know how to tailgate.
Ohio State fans, oh sorry, I mean THE Ohio State fans are some of the most passionate you will ever find. There are pictures of fans forming the O-H-I-O all around the world.
This girl may or may not be a legit Buckeye, but I'm holding out hope that she is, because she's too gorgeous not to include on this list.
Louisville is one of those teams that always seems to have a decent enough record and makes everyone go, "Wait, is Louisville any good?" Then they get trounced by somebody and we all collectively go, "Oh, right, no."
Why yes, I am a Kentucky fan. How ever did you know?
If the girls from North Texas are this beautiful, I want to see South, East and West Texas as well.
I demand more Texas teams!
Never been a big fan of anything "Jersey" (too many toll roads, that fact their state's shoreline ruined MTV), but Rutgers has always been pretty chill. And hot. Reminder to self, next time in New York area during football season, cross state lines for a game.
Minnesota has given us Prince, Marshall Erikson and this girl.
I would say we owe them a debt of gratitude.
Oh, this picture ...
What more could you want? It's not always this sunny in Iowa, but pictures like this make us wish it was.
Props all around for these Hawkeye fans.
To all Kansas fans, when you invariably get frustrated with Charlie Weiss, remember this photo.
It should help.
Look at Oklahoma State bringing the heat here.
They're known for having a high-powered offense, and this fan looks like she can put up points just as quick. I love the combination of the big, goofy foam hat and the sexy football jersey pic.
This girl looks like somebody I'd like to party with.
What's not to love about the Spartans? Their mascot will easily beat up your mascot. Their basketball team will (most likely) whoop your basketball team. And their football team will run plays based on awesome movies from our childhoods (Little Giants, FTW).
But what's even better than that? This school is stocked full of hot students that won't let something like a ton of snow cool them off. Spartan fans know how to have fun and heat up those cold winter months.
Here's some further, ESPN-enabled proof if you need more of an argument.
We could talk about how South Florida has gotten more competitive in recent years and is becoming a team to contend with, but it's just more fun to talk fans and cheerleaders. There's a whole season of cut-and-dry analysis, so let's have a little fun instead.
And pics like this are a little fun.
Of any school with "Virginia" in the name, it's West Virginia (and its party-hard reputation) that rules on a list like this. But as you can see here, Tech is no slouch, even if the Hokies are ranked high every year and then invariably disappoint.
Yes, that is Brooklyn Decker. Really, that Brooklyn Decker. And she's a UNC fan. Doesn't matter if she (along with 99.9 percent of the school/nation) is a bigger fan of the Tar Heel's basketball team.
Your argument is invalid. Her in a UNC hat alone got her to this position on the list.
Just some sweet southern misses from Southern Miss.
What's that? Why, yes, it did take me a while to come up with that one. What do you want from me? These puns don't write themselves.
Kansas State may be making more of a name for itself in football recently (Michael Beasley notwithstanding), but as you can see here, maybe we should keep paying attention to what's going on in the stands at football games.
Ohio is perennially one of the biggest party schools in the country. Their fans always point that out whenever I rank them too low in these lists. However, I don't see a lot of pictures of your girls out there supporting the football team.
Hell, I don't see a lot of people supporting the football team in general. At least Ohio can boast Allie LaForce, former Miss Teen USA winner, among their many attractive alumni.
Oklahoma's a pretty good team, right? Haven't they had a few good players come through there? Didn't that Bradford guy play there or something?
...Oh, sorry. Photos like this can scramble the senses for a moment.
Another thing I love about college football, where else can you imagine a couple of hot co-eds like these two wearing a shirt that says, "Woo Pig Sooie," and probably shouting it as well?
For a school located in L.A., I'd expect UCLA to be at the top of this list. But from what I can tell, the school has been really upping their standards on who gets in, which can put a big dent in the hot girls category.
The good news is, if you do run across one of what I'm sure is still many gorgeous UCLA girls, you'll know they've got the brains to match as well.
I think Texas A&M is going to fit into the SEC just fine.
Kentucky girls are fantastic. They've got that big, toothy smile, that southern drawl and they'll talk your ear off about the basketball team.
The football team? Not so much, but they're still better at going out and supporting them more than other basketball schools. Still not enough to get them into the top 25.
OMG, these girls are having so much fun, you guys!
That's what happens when you go to The U. It's a non-stop, 24-hour party of football, lovely ladies and Will Smith records.
And school, I guess. Who cares?
Indiana girls are extremely good looking. But you're not going to find a lot of those good-looking girls at a football game. Most of them are too busy sitting outside of Cody Zeller's dorm room trying to get him to notice them.
What I'm trying to say is that, sorry Indiana, but when it comes to college football fanbases, you guys just do not bring the heat I'm looking for. I gave you a top-five spot last year, but I'm not seeing the photos to let you keep it.
No hard feelings?
Texas Tech is so much fun to watch. They air it out and play zero defense. Opponents averaged almost 40 a game against them. My grandma could score on them.
Tech girls are not that easy. You have to take them to dinner a few times and buy them flowers before you can even begin to consider scoring.
TCU hasn't gotten any respect for a long time, but that's all going to change with their move to the Big 12. Now, if they go undefeated or just lose one game, everyone is going to sit up and start talking BCS with them.
Of course, they could also get walked all over by the Big 12 and be proven to be inferior opponents. Only time will tell.
Also, girls like this go there, so they're winners either way.
Mizzou fans have a lot to be happy about this year. From the move to the SEC to landing the best recruit in America, it's been a good year for this program.
Fans like ones pictured here just make it all the better.
As a kid, Central Florida made me think of Disney World. Now, I think of fans like this.
After all, this is the school that made headlines for a playboy shoot in the locker room.
Tennessee's had a rough go of late, with the whole Lane Kiffin mess and the resulting fall from the top tier of the SEC. But this school is still one of the best places to watch football in this great country, and the fans certainly help the overall ambiance.
San Diego State: Mediocre at Football, Superior in Football Fan Hotness
There, I just made you a new motto, SDSU. You're welcome.
I'm mesmerized by this South Carolina girl. She's as pleasant to look at as Steve Spurrier is unpleasant to look at.
And she doesn't have one of those "I love Cocks" shirts on, so you know she's classy. The kind of girl you can take home to mom.
What more to say, it's Florida. It's the official university of the Sunshine State. And last time I checked, the Sunshine State is home to some of the hottest women on the planet.
It also happens to be quite the football haven.
As such, you get a fanbase full of people like this.
*Furiously Googles SMU*
Yep, Texas. I knew it. Why haven't I moved to Texas yet? Thank goodness this team bounced back from the death penalty.
Also, that reminds me that the following statement is completely untrue. Craig James killed five hookers while at SMU.
Arizona is to campus hotness as rocky road is to ice cream.
Both are classics. Some of the best. Just look at this picture.
Even if Rich Rod can't turn things around, the student body won't stop cheering.
Wisconsin wins the award for the hottest fanbase at a cold-weather school. Wisconsin fans are a little nuts, which is also kind of hot. What can I say?
Just think, those girls are in those outfits and it's probably 30 degrees. That's dedication, commitment and a firm spot in my top 20.
As long as Amanda Pfugrad is still around, she will own Oregon slides in my lists. She is incredibly hot and a huge Oregon fan, even after she moved on from being a Ducks cheerleader to a Pac-12 reporter.
She's about as much fun to watch as Oregon is playing football. Which is saying something.
Oh Alabama. What doesn't this school have going for it: best in the land at football, allowed to wear Houndstooth out in public without looking like an numbskull, etc. And...oh yeah, a group of hot fans that rivals nearly every school in the nation.
It's good to be an Alabama fan. And that's why there's so dang many of them.
This photo makes me forget about Cam Newton and the fact (as an Oregon fan) Auburn stuck it to the Ducks in the national title game.
That makes this a very good photo, which is just one of the many that prove how hot Auburn fans are.
LSU has got a lot to prove this year after finishing off that incredible season with a total stink bomb in the BCS championship game.
Their fans, however, have very little to prove. We know they're great, and we know they're hot. Just keep doing what you're doing. At least we know Les Miles can't screw you up.
OK, now do you see why quarterbacks keep coming back to USC to play another year? Matt Barkley is the latest to delay the NFL for another year on campus.
With a bunch of women that look like this worshipping the ground he walks on, I'd say that's worth putting aside millions of dollars for just one more year.
Sanchez left early and look where that got him. Fighting for a job with Tim Tebow.
Stay in school, kids.
Sundresses, high heels, over-sized glasses, a red cup filled with a hottie tottie? Yes, these girls are everywhere at Ole Miss, and it is a glorious, glorious sight.
I miss the South.
The conversation about hot Florida State fans begins and ends with the cowgirls. Just take a look at Jen Sterger and her girls.
They may have long graduated, but they were once the kind of girls who got in line super early to make sure they had a front-row seat for the game. And it's not just these three, either. FSU is filled with the sexy die-hards who love the Seminoles.
Note to self: Go to a Clemson game. Go to a Clemson game, now. It doesn't matter if they're not playing yet, just go to Clemson, then.
So what if Georgia enters every year ranked high and then loses to the likes of Alabama and LSU? They've still got one of the biggest, best and most passionate followings.
Oh yeah, and hot. Gotta love The Peach State.
Sure, this West Virginia girl may look harmless, but she's really just 30 minutes away from burning a couch.
Note to self: Do not even cheat on a West Virginia fan.
Arizona State took our top spot last year and they put up a hell of a fight this year.
As I've mentioned before, ASU girls were so hot that a couple guys started a business just from taking modeling shots of students there.
If you've ever been to Tempe, you know what kind of heaven it is. It's hot, but it's a dry heat.
Football is everything in Texas. From high school to college, these people live and breathe the game.
That goes for the girls, too. Have you seen Remember the Titans, where Hayden Panettiere knew everything about football as just a little girl. That's how women in Texas are, and they also all look like the woman that Hayden Panettiere grew up to be.
God bless Texas.