Suggesting New College Football Fight Songs for Every SEC Team

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Oct 26, 2013; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide marching band the Million Dollar Band perform on the field before their game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Alabama Crimson Tide

T.I.-What You Know

This is a perfect fit. The beat produced by DJ Toomp is all that needs to be played. T.I. is an Alabama Crimson Tide fan, according to reports, and he is the self-proclaimed King of the South.

Alabama is the King of the SEC.

In this song, T.I. addresses his rise to the top of the rap game by having fans gravitate toward his sound, a gritty, blue-collar southern style of rapping that shows just how hard he is.

Alabama has dominated college football under Nick Saban in recent years by doing the same thing, forcing teams to adapt to their style of play. While teams across the country like to be flashy now with spread offenses and air raids, the Tide stick to tough, gritty defense and power offenses.

And they won national championships in the process, forcing the country to accept their style of play. Their tradition of tough teams dates back to the Bear Bryant days.

That is why this is a match made in heaven. Every time the Tide score a touchdown, the base beat of the song, which already sounds like a computerized brass band, should be performed by a real band.

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