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

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Sep 20, 2014; Corvallis, OR, USA; Oregon State Beavers marching band performs before the game against the San Diego State Aztecs at Reser Stadium. The Beavers won 28-7. Mandatory Credit: Susan Ragan-USA TODAY Sports

Oregon State Beavers

Ariana Grande ft. Zedd-Break Free

The Oregon State Beavers have morphed into a college football program where good things can happen thanks to what Mike Riley built there, and it was a long, hard process. But they now need to build on that and get to the next level because you and I and everybody else all know that they want to get to Oregon’s level.

As a result, they need to break free from the Oregon Ducks’ shadow somehow, but by hiring Gary Andersen to come in and implement his own version of the spread with the Beavers, it is clear they do not mind tying themselves to what makes the Oregon program successful to reach that level.

It is just like Ariana Grande in the song, saying that there is supposed to be the part where she says she does not want somebody and then breaks free, but she can’t hide it. Oregon State can’t hide it. To wake that sleeping giant, they need to do what their in-state rivals did to become a powerhouse: install a unique system that generates wins, brings in more recruits, and builds a bigger profile.

The saxophones could play the voice in the verses while the trumpets do the chorus, and the rest of the horns could make sure to perform the beat somehow.

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