College Football Fans Torched ESPN For Using Taylor Swift’s New Song To Promote FSU vs Alabama

Saturday night the #3 ranked Seminoles of Florida State (my alma mater) will take on the #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide in Atlanta. This will be the first college football game in Atlanta’s new Chick-fil-A Stadium, and it’s the biggest Week 1 game in the history of college football. That’s not hyperbole. You can hate Bama and FSU all you want, but never before have two teams ranked this high faced off in Week 1 of the college football season.

To hype up this game, ESPN foolishly used Taylor Swift‘s dumpster fire new song ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ in a promo video:

College football fans, myself included, are extremely not okay with ESPN using this garbage ass song to hype up the biggest Week 1 game in history. As you might expected, the Twitter reactions are nothing short of spectacular:

For The Win reached out to ESPN to see if they’d be playing Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ all season long as their official anthem of the 2017/2018 college football season but they didn’t hear back.

For the love of god, please let it only be this week. It’s already bad enough that they’re using this shitty ass song to hype up a game I’m so emotionally invested in as an alumnus and fan but I can’t go an entire season listening to this garbage at every commercial break.