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

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Aug 29, 2013; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Members of the Utah marching band prior to a game between the Utah Utes and Utah State Aggies at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The Utah Utes won 30-26. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

Utah Utes

Katy Perry ft. Kanye West- E.T.

If any school that plays in the Pac-12 is not a fit for Pac-12 football, it is the Utah Utes. This is a college in a blue-collar state that does not embrace the same party lifestyle and glamor that the other states do, and it runs a program more focused on defense and a running game as opposed to the high-powered scoring attack most schools embrace in this conference.

So they are like aliens in the Pac-12, but at the same time they finally began to win in the conference last year and have a great future there. So, just like Katy Perry was describing in this song, they are original and supernatural.

And that makes “E.T.” a perfect fit for them.

To the rest of the Pac-12, Utah just might know a bar out in Mars, and they are so hypnotizing in the Pac-12. But at the same time, have generated lots of excitement as a very successful former mid-major program now seeing success in the Power Five.

The saxophones and trumpets once again should handle the melody, and low brass provides the epic beat, and the french horns provide filler. Fans would love it.

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