The Pirates' 27-10 loss to No. 4 West Virginia didn't dampen the spirit of these East Carolina fans during Saturday's game at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium in Greenville, NC.
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No, this isn't Ted Ginn, Jr., but this fan was certainly impressed with Ohio State's dominance of Penn State. The Buckeyes beat the Nittany Lions, 28-6 at Ohio Stadium on Saturday.
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This Buckeye fan channeled the spirit of the Road Warrior Animal, aka Joseph Lauranaitis, father of OSU star linebacker James Lauranaitis.
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This week's most intimidating fan is only nine-years-old, but we'd hate to root against FSU with him sitting next to us. Luckily for his Owls fan neighbors, the little fella and the rest of the Doak Campbell Stadium faithful left happy after the Seminoles destroyed Rice, 55-7.
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We're not sure what look this Buckeye fan was going for, but we'd never criticize someone who puts in this much effort for a game.
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Turned out that this sign was lame, as the Fighting Irish scored 19 unanswered points in the fourth quarter and sank the Spartans, 40-37, Saturday night in East Lansing.
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This Clemson fan takes the early lead for Best Face Paint of the Season with her Clemson Tiger. The paint likely inspired the Tigers, who easily disposed of UNC, 49-7.
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Over 100,000 fans showed up to Ohio Stadium to see the Buckeys battle the Nittany Lions, and judging from all the red shirts, the crowd went home happy.
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We're not sure whether to praise this Florida fan for the effort he put in getting ready for the game or to criticize him for talking on the phone. Either way, he went home happy as his Gators put the bite on Kentucky, 26-7, at The Swamp.
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Navy fans enjoyed the early action, but left frustrated as the Midshipmen lost to Tulsa, 24-23, in overtime.
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These Navy fans cheer for the Midshipmen, despite the obvious distraction from the Tulsa cheerleaders.
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Washington fans showed their love for the Huskies, who overcame a sluggish first half and beat UCLA, 29-19.
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We're not sure why the two people on the ends look so miserable, but the dude in the middle sure is excited about Pittsburgh's 51-6 demolition of The Citadel.
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Purdue fans came out in droves to support their Boilermakers in a 27-21 victory over Minnesota.
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