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

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Oct 11, 2014; Tucson, AZ, USA; Arizona Wildcats marching band perform on the field during the game against the Southern California Trojans at Arizona Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Arizona Wildcats

Enrique Iglesias ft. Pitbull-I Like It

Despite being a relatively new member of the conference, it can be a bit hard to find a team to better represent the culture of Pac-12 football than the Arizona Wildcats. After all, they simply enjoy life, with or without a good college football program.

So why not pick a happy fight song for this incredibly happy state?

That is exactly what we did here, picking Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull’s “I Like It” to represent the football program as their fight song. And hey, to a degree, the song fits the program right now.

The Wildcats have come on a bit strong, which Enrique Iglesias says he could be doing at the beginning of the song, due to the changes Rich Rodriguez has implemented to the program. And the best part is everybody likes it. With his spread offense, they like the way the Wildcats move the ball the same way the song likes the way people are moving on the floor.

The saxophones would be the lead on the beat with the low brass providing the harmonies, and the french horns could play the verses. Then the trumpets come in for the chorus to get the crowd going. And every time the Wildcats make a good play, the fans can shout, “Baby I Like It!”

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