The 25 Greatest College Football Traditions

Bryan KellySenior Analyst IOctober 26, 2009

The 25 Greatest College Football Traditions

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No. 25: The World's Largest Drum, Purdue

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No. 24: Wooo, Pig, Sooie!, Arkansas

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No. 23: Paternoville, Penn State

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No. 22: The Sooner Schooner, Oklahoma

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No. 21: The Bayou Bengal Tiger, LSU

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No. 20: Singing "Take Me Home, Country Roads", West Virginia

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No. 19: The War Eagle, Auburn

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No. 18: Ringing Cowbells, Mississippi State

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No. 17: The Ramblin' Wreck, Georgia Tech

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No. 16: Traveler and the Trojan Warrior, USC

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No. 15: Yell Practice, Texas A&M

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No. 14: Running Ralphie, Colorado

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No. 13: Jump Around, Wisconsin

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No. 12: The Uga Line, Georgia

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No. 11: Cadets March In And Take Their Seats, Army/Navy

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No. 10: Rammerjammer, Alabama

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No. 9: Chief Osceola And Renegade, Florida State

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No. 8: Touchdown Jesus, Notre Dame

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No. 7: Rocky Top, Tennessee

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No. 6: Howard's Rock, Clemson

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No. 5: The Gator Chomp, Florida

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No. 4: Bevo and the "Hook 'Em, Horns" sign, Texas

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No. 3: "Hail! To The Victors!", Michigan

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No. 2: The Sea Of Red, Nebraska

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No. 1: Script Ohio, Ohio State

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