A focus on the unique and rich traditions across the league's 15 campuses, while showcasing a mix of fun, archival and new footage and interviews.
The Virginia Tech Corp of Cadets fire a cannon after each Hokie score at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va. Skipper the cannon, named for President John F. Kennedy, has been a Virginia Tech tradition for almost 55 years.
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Before kickoff, the players and coaches gather on the East side of the stadium around the iconic symbol, "Howard's Rock"; sellout crowd greets the Tigers as they "run down the hill" at Death Valley to cheers from more than 80,000 fans.
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The Ramblin' Wreck, a 1930 Ford Model A, is one of the most time-honored traditions in college football as Yellow Jacket fans cheer the Sports Coupe and the Georgia Tech team onto the field.
A burning spear thrown into the turf at mid-field begins every game at Florida State's Doak Campbell Stadium. Chief Osceola, on his horse Renegade, pumps up the 'Noles crowd in the most unique exhibit of the color and pageantry of college football.
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"Krzyzewskiville" is the hot spot as students reside, study and eat in tents for weeks just to be one of the "Cameron Crazies" for Blue Devil home games.
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The Red Bandana has become a symbol of bravery and sacrifice on the Boston College campus thanks to alumnus, Welles Crowther, who died on 9-11 in the South Tower of the World Trade Center.