Do you think your school is one of the top party football schools in the 50 states? Well you might want to re-think that. It's not official until it's listed in the annual Princeton Review.
In this issue, they take a look at the rankings of the top party schools in the country, but the top 10 party-goers happen to be BCS schools.
Ranking in at No. 10 on the list is the Wisconsin Badgers. Wisconsin might rank No. 1 next year, though, especially if the Badgers win the Big Ten and the Rose Bowl this season. It'll be just another reason to celebrate!
Coming in at No. 9 is Penn State. Everyone knows it's been a tough year for the Nittany Lions, which gives them more of a reason to party. Since they won't be a Rose Bowl contender this year, it looks like they should start looking for places to throw a party to help them with their woes.
In at No. 8, this school has been around since the 1800s, so when it comes to partying they are professionals. I'm talking about the Big East's...Syracuse University. Approximately 20,000 students are enrolled, which makes it a great time to party. Don't be surprised if this school ranks in the top five next year.
No. 7 is Miami University of Ohio. This school has every reason to be disappointed; therefore, this means its students must party to get over their hump. Especially with a terrible and disappointing season that ended with a 4-8 last season.
Rounding out the first half of the countdown is the University of Florida at No. 6. This school has every reason to celebrate and party, with a .634 winning percentage and two national titles under its belt. It's obvious that this school parties just as hard on off the field as it does on it. The Gators are the prime example of the saying "work hard...play harder."
Stay tuned to see who makes the top five!