College Football Traditions

The action on the field is part of what makes college football great, but the rich traditions of so many teams are what make fall Saturdays truly special. How well do you know which student bodies take part in which beloved traditions?

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What school painted everything in its visitor’s locker room pink in an effort to psych out opponents?
Iowa
Minnesota
Wisconsin
2 of 11
What team runs its mascot, Ralphie, around its stadium before home games?
Texas Christian
Colorado
SMU
3 of 11
What school’s famous live mascot is named Handsome Dan?
Texas
Georgia
Yale
4 of 11
What SEC school has its War Eagle circle the stadium before games to rally the fans?
Alabama
Auburn
Georgia
5 of 11
What is the name of the live blue tick hound that leads the Tennessee Vols onto the field for games?
Rocky Top
Volley
Smokey
6 of 11
Ohio State players receive a gold charm in the shape of what if they beat Michigan?
A pair of pants
A buckeye
The state of Ohio
7 of 11
What team gets its cheering from a group known as the "Song Girls"?
UCLA
USC
Cal
8 of 11
What school’s teams are often accompanied by “The Wabash Cannonball,” as it was the only piece of sheet music to survive a fire at the school’s music building?
Indiana
Purdue
Kansas State
9 of 11
What traditional powerhouse program has its helmets repainted by students each Monday during the season?
Penn State
Nebraska
Notre Dame
10 of 11
What team’s players rub Howard’s Rock and then run down “The Hill” to make their entrance into their home stadium?
Florida
Clemson
Oklahoma State
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What team famously has a huge bonfire before one of its rivalry games, an event that was marred by a 1999 tragedy that killed 12 current and former students?
Oklahoma
Texas
Texas A&M