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Unlike Any Other

College football is rooted in traditions that have been passed from generation to generation by fans. Traditions like Auburn's Toomer's Corner, Clemson's Howard's Rock and Notre Dame's Touchdown Jesus are what separate college football from other sports. In fact, many schools' traditions are as central to the sport as the games themselves. Some are new. Some are old. None are alike. Whether it's live mascots like Georgia's white English bulldogs, pregame rituals like dotting the "i" at Ohio State or cheers like Kansas' "Rock, Chalk, Jayhawk," each tradition is wholly unique to a school and its fan base. Traditions are what make college football great. -- Mark Schlabach

Note: We will feature a different college football tradition each week.