Top 10 People You See On College Football Game Day
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10 Types Of People You Will See On College Football Game Day

If you have ever attended a college football game, then you know that all 10 of these people will inevitably be there every single time.

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Those of us who love football, especially those of us who live in the south, wait all year long for football season like everyone else waits for Christmas. There are different reasons that football game days are special; the competition, the exciting atmosphere, and of course, the people. Either you have witnessed the people of college football, or you are one of these people. Either way, these are the individuals that all of us look forward to seeing in order to make football game day complete.

1. The alumni

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2. The sorority girl(s)

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3. The loud frat boy(s)

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4. The football mom

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5. The drunk

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6. That person who has no idea what is happening

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8. The group of freshman

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9. That one person who is sitting on the wrong side of the stadium just asking for a fight

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10. The guys who paint their whole body with school colors a.k.a. the life of the party

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