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We are now in the thick of the current college football season and that means both teams and fans have worked themselves into midseason form. For fans that means tailgating, chanting and wearing the most outlandish things they can think of to support their alma mater on the field.

By Extra Mustard
October 13, 2015

We are now in the thick of the college football season and both teams and fans have worked themselves into mid-season form. For fans that means tailgating, chanting and wearing the most outlandish things they can think of to support their alma mater on the field.

Extra Mustard has gone through Sports Illustrated’s weekly gallery of college superfans to pick out the best, brightest and goofiest of the bunch.


Glitter Sale in Tuscaloosa

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fans celebrated the contest by dipping themselves in large amounts of glitter. The cleanup for these outfits probably took longer than the game.

Cousin Eddie Visits Clemson

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While the original Cousin Eddie is not having a great week, some imposters seem to be having a grand old time in South Carolina as Clemson defeated Georgia Tech 43-24.

Football Meets Formalwear at Ole Miss

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The students of Oxford lived up to their reputation as some of the most well-dressed in the NCAA during the team’s drubbing of New Mexico State on Saturday. These ladies are an island of grace in a sea of sweatpants.

The New Avengers Movie Is Going To Be Awful

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It is sort of, almost Halloween, and that is enough for these Notre Dame fans to put on an array of costumes as the Fighting Irish took on Navy at home.

The Not-So-Proud Fans of Central Florida

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Central Florida hardly entered the season with National Championship aspirations, but 0-6 is still tough to swallow, so some fans retreated to the old standby of paper bags over their heads.

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