Tradition comes in many colorful forms across the SEC, from the pregame eagle flight at Jordan-Hare Stadium to Uga roaming the sidelines between the hedges in Athens to Texas A&M’s male-only “Yell Leaders” (they’re not cheerleaders; they’re yell leaders).
Those traditions are so ingrained in college football that fans across the country know of them.
But each SEC school has a tradition — or two or three — that’s known only close to home. GN has found the best “hidden traditions” in the SEC to deepen your appreciation for the history of the conference.
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