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.
The slogan was originally introduced in 2006 by head coach Bronco Mendenhall, who wanted to unite the team.
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.
Instead of "Party On," like the saying goes, at Michigan State they have "Sparty On." This cheer, similar to Orange Power at Oklahoma State, has T-shirts that were made for it.
Those shirts read "Keep Calm and Sparty On." This certainly leaves nothing to doubt when it comes to who these fans are rooting for.
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At Maryland it is "Fear the Turtle," and at Oregon it is "Fear the Duck," but nothing is better than 'Fear the Frog.'The TCU Horned Frogs have come to be a nationally recognized program over the past few years, and they have one of the most unique mascots in all of college sports."Fear the Frog" has never rung more true."Fearless and True" is a motto of Auburn that certainly has a way of getting the alums choked up.
While it is not as famous as the saying "War Eagle," it means a lot to the fans of the Tigers.
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"Keep Calm and Fork On" is how the saying goes, and the fans in Tempe tend to live by it.