Creating a college football fan club can be a fun and rewarding activity for anyone who is a fan of the game. However, it can also be an extremely stressful experience. Fortunately, there are many resources available that can help you with creating a fan club, as well as tips that will help make the process much smoother.

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Located in Los Angeles, the USC college football fan club is home to a large number of fans. With nearly 350,000 alumni, the Trojans are a popular team. The University of Southern California is committed to continuing the rich tradition of the Trojans football program.

The USC Trojans compete in the Pac-12 Conference. The Trojans are in their seventh consecutive season with a Pac-10 championship. The Trojans are also a BCS bowl participant. This season, USC lost to Washington State, Arizona and Oregon. The Trojans were eliminated from National Championship contention.

USC has been ranked as the number one fan base in the NCAA FBS Fan Index. This is determined through fan voting and weekly editorial fan-driven themes.


During the 50s, the Wisconsin college football fan club was a force to be reckoned with. The Badgers led the nation in 1951 and finished in the AP Top 25 eight times. Wisconsin also won the Big Ten Championship in 1952.

The Wisconsin college football fan club is a group of articulate and creative fans who are surprisingly classy. The chant used by Badger fans is easy to remember and represents a superior articulation.

The "Camp Randall Song" is a chant used by Badger fans during games. It is played in the student section of Camp Randall Stadium. It is also used to encourage jumping during the fourth quarter.

Georgia Tech

Whether you call them the Golden Tornado or the Ramblin' Wreck, Georgia Tech's football teams are a part of the Atlantic Coast Conference. This league is one of the best in the country. This year, the Yellow Jackets are positioned to finish in first place.

The Georgia Tech football program is known for many odd traditions. The team's official mascot is Buzz. Buzz is a bull that rushes the goal post, flips the fifty-yard line GT logo, and has been a favorite among fans.

The Georgia Tech band plays a fight song every game. This song is called Up With the White and Gold. The band also plays a version of the song with shortened versions of the lyrics. The song ends with a series of drum beats.

New York

Among the many things New York is known for, it is also the home to one of the largest college football fan clubs in the world. Whether you are a student, faculty member, or fan, there are plenty of places to watch the game.

A quick Google search will reveal many different bars and venues that cater to any fan base. Below are some of the best places to watch the game in New York.

The first is The Mad Hatter, a bar that has been called the home of the OU Club of New York. It's also home to the OU Sooners during football season.


During the 2017 season, the Auburn Tigers football program had a down year. However, the program was able to win 10 games. In addition, Auburn had two first round picks in the NFL draft.

The Tigers have also been successful in the postseason, making 12 historically major bowl berths. In fact, the program has had more wins than any other team in the SEC.

The program was also able to beat the likes of the Florida Gators and Ohio State in the Coach's poll. In fact, Auburn has won eight SEC championships and 16 total conference championships.

The program has also had success against number one teams in the nation. The Tigers have beat seven number one teams in various rankings.


Those of us who have ever watched a college football game are familiar with the "12th Man" advantage. This is a group of students that stands on the sideline and yells out support for the team. The group also helps out in postgame activities.

This group consists of five students: three seniors and two juniors. They are elected by the student body to help lead the crowd in yells during games. They also assist in postgame activities and are thrown in the Fish Pond when the team wins.

This group has been around since 1980. Originally, the group consisted of regular students. However, Head Coach R.C. Slocum changed it to one representative.

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