5 Types of College Football Fans for True UGA Fans to Avoid

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Oct 30, 2014; Louisville, KY, USA; Louisville Cardinals fan holds a sign towards Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston (not pictured) during the first quarter at Papa John

No. 4: The Conspiracy Theorist

This is the fan who always thinks there is some hidden agenda against his team. This can be found in all fan bases, but is very strong in Tennessee Volunteers fan base over recent years. As it is obvious to anyone who has ever watched ESPN they always have an agenda and we know that.

I have even on occasions believed the NCAA to have their own agendas, but overall the game is typically fair. If you win out and have a strong schedule you will have your shot. Honestly, how else did Florida State get into the playoffs with their terrible performances against some cupcake teams?

How you will know this fan: It is not hard to find this fan. This fan is usually trolling social media with unfounded and unsourced articles to stir up heated arguments on their pages. They will be the ones constantly blaming the media and other organizations for their team’s failures and opponents success. Fan will likely be older and grumpy with a beard.

What to do when you encounter this fan: There is only one thing you can do with this fan. Hide them from your feed and move on. Do not under any circumstance engage this psycho. This will only lead to a headache on your part and a loss of faith in humanity. My mother always said you cannot fix stupid.

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