College Football Fans Share Raunchiest Team Chants After British TikToker Calls Out US Sports Chants As Boring

LSU fans rushing field at Tiger Stadium

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A British TikToker has seen several ‘American Football Chants vs English’ videos go viral. The gist of these videos is ‘American chants are boring and English chants are profane.’

Unable to sit idly by why College Football‘s most profane chants are besmirched, diehard CFB faithful have started ‘stitching’ her videos with famously profane chants from College Football.

Interestingly, in one of her TikTok videos that went viral she calls out ‘Louisiana’ as boring and unimaginative. This is, of course, one of the easiest examples to clap back at. Here are the two recent ‘American vs English’ videos from Ellawillstv and several incredible examples of College Football chants below.

6.8 million views on this one:

3.6 million views on this one:

College Football chants in The South

Calling out LSU in her video was a mistake. Death Valley is one of the toughest places to play in all of sports. All of these are profane, by the way. Case in point:

Not to be outdone, Mountaineers fans hopped on the emerging TikTok trend with this video that never made it on air for ESPN’s GameDay.

Further explained here, it’s all about the PITT hate:

It also extends to college basketball and the NFL:

Other honorable mentions of incredible College Football chants include Ohio States “O-H-I-O RIP HIS F—– HEAD OFF” and the Gators “MOVE BACK YOU SUUUUUCK” and ‘Dixieland Delight’ sung with the alternate lyrics.

At the end of the day, chanting isn’t apples to apples between the US and England. It’s not common for fan clubs in the US to pass out sheets of new chants about recent signings and personnel changes. College Football chants, in particular, are passed down generationally.

For anyone in England to come for US Sports Chants as vanilla, it’s nothing more than low-hanging fruit. It also reveals the fundamental truth that the British mind simply cannot comprehend collegiate sports in America. They cannot wrap their minds around it.