Every school's fanbase thinks they are the morally pure & superior ones on the college football landscape.
Every school's fanbase thinks their home gameday experience is the best and that all rational, objective people agree with them.
Every school's fanbase thinks they are gracious toward visiting fans, unlike the other teams' fans.
Every school's fanbase thinks they are classy, unlike those other teams' fans.
Every school's fanbase thinks the refs are out to deny them their rightful victory, and that the refs are clearly longtime supporters of the other team.
Every school's fanbase thinks that it's only the other teams' fanbases that are obnoxious drunks at games.
Every school's fanbase thinks their fight song & alma mater evoke tearful reverence, whereas every other team's fight song & alma mater sounds like music that clowns juggle to. (Full disclosure: this particular one is flagrantly stolen & paraphrased from Chad Gibbs' book, God & Football)
Every school's fanbase marvels that any good high school player would even consider going anywhere else.
Every school's fanbase is amazed that (a) they're not ranked in the top 25...top 10...#1 (b) if they are ranked in the top 25...top 10...#1, they're amazed that anyone would question what is clearly the correct ranking.
Every school's fanbase knows that their school colors are just beautiful, whereas the other teams' colors look like a 2-year-old got hold of the crayon box again.
Every school's fanbase thinks their tailgating experience is the best.
Every school's fanbase would read this saying "Yep, that's how those other fans are."
Every school's fanbase has great folks who are rational & reasonable about their team & about sports in general.
And every school's fanbase has other folks who are so very often like the north end of a south-bound horse.
The former group of folks admits they have the latter; the latter deny that they themselves exist.
bb - Romans 12:18