Suggesting New College Football Fight Songs for Every Pac-12 Team

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Jan 12, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Oregon Ducks marching band performs before the game against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2015 CFP National Championship Game at AT&T Stadium. Ohio State won 42-20. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

This is the final part of our series in which we suggest new college football fight songs for FBS teams. Here are the suggested new fight songs for Pac-12 teams.

Welcome to the final installment of our suggested new college football fight songs for different FBS teams. We have gone from hardcore hip hop to rock to r&b to EDM to pop music to cover different teams, and now, out on the west coast, we are here to finish our series.

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There is one thing that unites the Pac-12 more than anything else and makes it different from other major Power Five conferences: relaxation. Not relaxing in the music, though. Relaxing in the football games.

Fans of Pac-12 teams may have a great program to root for, but they are not always going to be the craziest at football games, and the campus will not be dead if they lose. Pac-12 students realize that they are in college, and if their team does lose it is not the end of the world. They have other college life things to do.

So, obviously, the music for many of these schools should reflect the fun of simply being in college, and that is what we focused on with this conference.

Let’s now finish our series suggesting new college football fight songs. Here are new fight songs every Pac-12 football team should focus on adopting.

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