What's your favorite college football tradition?

It's almost the most wonderful time of the year. No, I'm not talking about Christmas. I'm talking about college football season. It's right around the corner.

Before you know it we will be spending our weekend cheering on our Colorado State Rams. It truly feels like coming home, ya know? And it's not just what happens on the field that's coming back. All of the hopes of a great season, rivalries, watch parties, food, and spirit Fridays at work are coming back too.

And don't forget about those honored traditions!

Recently ESPN took a stab at selecting the top five college football traditions across the country. If it seems like an impossible task, it is. Traditions are sacred and often times, unless you are a part of them, you have no clue how powerful and meaningful they are.


Unfortunately, it wasn't Colorado State.

The Colorado Buffaloes landed on their list at number four with Ralphie's Run. Sports Illustrated calls it "exhilarating." It's not every day that you see a massive buffalo run down a football field, but it's a staple on Saturdays in the fall.

Now, what about those other traditions...

5. The Kinnick Wave - Iowa

4. Ralphie's Run - Colorado

3. Army-Navy Cadet March - Army & Navy

2. Howard's Rock - Clemson

1. Dotting the "I" - Ohio State

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