Suggesting New College Football Fight Songs for Every Big 12 Team

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Sep 6, 2014; Waco, TX, USA; The Baylor Bears marching band plays the school fight song after the game against the Northwestern State Demons at McLane Stadium. The Bears defeated the Demons 70-6. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Baylor Bears

Chamillionaire ft. Krayzie Bone-Ridin

Art Briles and the Baylor Bears have burst on the college football scene against all odds and all expectations. As a result, they were initially the lovable underdogs who produced a Heisman winner in Robert Griffin III.

But now, they are viewed as an elite program, and the whining done by Briles last year after the Bears missed the College Football playoff has generated lots of hate for the program. And now people want to catch them riding dirty.

So this should be the song they use to remind everybody that they run a clean program despite people trying to get on them. This would be a perfect fit as well because Chamillionaire is from Texas, so the Baylor Bears should go for this.

The opening beat could be played by the low brass, the saxophones could come in to fill the rest of the beat, and then the part that Chamillionaire sings in the chorus could be played by the trumpets.

Everything would work to perfection if it was done like this, and the fan base cold embrace this song to let everybody know that they have haters as an underdog school that made it to another level.

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