The South Will Rise Again: Banned Ole Miss Chant Should Stay Banned

Posted by Justin Hudson on November-28-2009 Add Comments

I’m all for college football traditions.

Traditions provide college football with the pageantry and passion that is often lacking from the professional game. Fall Saturdays would not be the same without someone dotting the I in Ohio, an orange-tinged crowd singing Rocky Top, or a whole stadium standing just in case a 12th man is needed.

Besides providing the game with much needed excitement, traditions are also supposed to unite fanbases.

Football teams, especially those from public universities, represent much more than their schools. They often represent their cities, regions, and even their entire state.

Traditions h...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - College Football
Article is property of

Post a Comment

(required. But it will not be published)