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

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Nov 29, 2014; Pullman, WA, USA; Washington Huskies marching band performs against the Washington State Cougars during the second half at Martin Stadium. Huskies won 31-13. Mandatory Credit: James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Washington Huskies

Pitbull ft. Kesha-Timber

Things are happening in Washington. After what Steve Sarkisian began to build there, Chris Petersen appears to be getting ready to keep it at that level. That is going to make an even bigger splash in the Pac-12, especially the Pac-12 north, and the success will turn the conference over on its head.

So everybody should be ready to yell, “Timber!”

Okay, it is cheesy. But it is great. The Pac-12 elite teams had better move to be able to keep up with what is happening with the Washington Huskies football program because things may only get better once Petersen’s system is full implemented (or worse, but let’s ignore that for now).

As Pitbull said, the bigger they are the harder they fall. Well, if one of the elite Pac-12 teams is not ready for Washington to carve out its niche as a legit elite program, one of those elite teams could have a hard fall.

The harmonica hook on the song would be perfectly played by the trumpets, and the saxophones and french horns could handle the part that Kesha sings. The rest of the instruments could handle the rest of the beat. And when an opposing team makes a bad play, the fans can yell, “Timber!”

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