Most intimidating college football chants
So outrageous, in fact, that some events were banned for fear of serious injury.
But despite the interesting history and context of this hilariously bad mascot, to most outsiders, it’s just bad. Wu Shock, or Wu for short, is literally a “shock” of wheat. They put together a superb website dedicated to the mascot (where the above quotes were taken) and have numerous hilarious promotional videos like this one: Who would win in a fight: the fighting pickle or the fighting okra? The North Carolina School of the Arts has finally (officially) adopted this mascot, a new-and-improved mascot that incorporates the essence of this art school.
Opened 50 years ago in 1967, the stadium has undergone several expansions. Prior to 1967, the Ducks' on-campus stadium was Hayward Field, which they shared with the track and field team.
However, by the 1960s, it had become apparent that the 22,500-seat stadium was no longer suitable for the football team.
And given the capacity at Michigan Stadium is only 107,601, it's quite a feat their average attendance is higher than their capacity. What makes FSU's fan section best known is their iconic 'war chant', which has become as synonymous with the team as the Seminole's mascots, Osceola and Renegade.