A late arrival to the offseason video competition, Oregon's mascot and cheerleader parody of a K-pop hit by Psy may be the best. And the dance moves are pretty spot on.
A group of Missouri students tries its hand at the Southeastern game with this country ballad recounting M-I-Z, Z-O-U victories over SEC teams, both past and (they hope) present.
Seemingly everyone got into the "Call Me Maybe" parody craze this summer. The Big Ten mascots prove you don't need the ability to speak or sing to lip-synch to Carly Rae Jepsen.
Great production values and a dramatic soundtrack turned a press conference into a trailer for a great fall action movie.
The Florida State alum Mike Bane, who performs under the name "Bane" (not to be confused with the villain in The Dark Knight Returns), hit the big-time when Florida State sanctioned his rap to be used during football games.
Another football-themed ballad, though this one veers into singer-songwriter, love lost and love gained territory.
Texas A&M were pace-setters this offseason for viral videos producing, um, mixed results.
Vanderbilt took us inside the football meeting room for a lighter moment when offensive line coach Herb Hand joined in the Dance Off with his version of the Worm.
Texas A&M is pumped to be in the SEC. We know it. We understand it. Still, no need to force Yell Leaders to awkwardly cheer for their new conference rivals.