College Football Conference Poll
The winner of the SEC title game has won the past three BCS national championships. | Bill Frakes/SI
Are you a season-ticket holder?
How many home games do you attend per season?
How many road games, including bowls, do you attend per season?
How would you rate the tailgating scene on game day?
On average, how much tailgating do you do for each game?
Tradition & Rivalries
What are your favorite football traditions at your school?
Tennessee: "The Vol Walk, the Vol Navy, the parting of the T, the Pride of the Southland Marching Band, Rocky Top, "It's Football Time in Tennessee," and of course ... winning."
Alabama: "Twelve national championships, and hearing the BEAR before the Tide takes the field. Plus, hearing Sweet Home Alabama before, during,and after the game rocks!"
Florida: "Singing "We are the boys from Old Florida" at the end of the third quarter, the Jaws-themed entrance of the team before the game, World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party"
Mississippi: "The Grove ... and nothing in the country compares to the atmosphere. You have the natural beauty of the actual grove and then you have the beauty of all the women walking around in dresses and heels. Unbelievable scenery! Plus the people are the nicest in the country. We welcome in our opponents fans, except LSU and we are even somewhat nice to them."
LSU: "When he is cooperative, hearing Mike The Tiger roar across the P.A. system and hearing the crowd point at the opposing team and holler "Tiger Bait!""
What is your biggest conference rival?
Nearly 17 percent of Alabama fans voted Tennessee as the school's biggest rival. Eighty percent said Auburn. | John Biever/SI
What is your favorite stadium to visit in your team's conference?
Which school as the rudest fans for visitors?
Which school has the most polite fans for visitors?
Outside of your own team's conference, which conference is the strongest on a year-to-year basis?
Outside of your own team's conference, which conference plays the most enjoyable brand of football?
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