Found November 29, 2011 on Unathletic:

Welcome to a new feature here on Unathletic.   Throughout the week we’ll be gathering photos from either sources that we find or that you the readers send us.   And during that week we are trying to locate fan photos that will either make us laugh, cry, or sometimes puke.   Either way, we’re hoping to get some kind of reaction.

This week featured some dedication on the college campus, a bald dude, as well as the color purple.   If you have any awesome fan pictures be sure to send them to us.

On to the fans….

Crown College Homecoming

I guess Minnesota digs purple.  These girls are dedicated to Crown College.  Way to go girls.    I have no idea who won that game but whatever.  Nicely done.   Photo credit.

This Guy

After every false start by a visiting team at Rice Eccles Stadium The MUSS puts up a sign with a five on it to signify the five yard penalty. Each time the Utah defense and deafening noise of The MUSS help cause a false start, a new sign is added to a running tally of signs that count the total false starts caused in the season thus far. The fives can be seen hanging below the first row of the student section.  Photo credit.

Houston Pride

Here’s a little Houston fan at the Houston/SMU game on 11/19.  Photo credit.

Spartan Fan

You gotta love Michigan State.   This was taken at The Division 1 NCAA Cross Country National Championships.  Yes, running.   Sure it’s a crappy job but come on.  It’s track!   Nicely done sweety.   Photo credit.

More Houston Faithful

This time, no shirts.  They mean business.

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