USA Today Sports' "For The Win" site used a feature to examine the grammar of various fan bases of teams in the AP Top 25 and then re-rank those teams. How did they choose to examine the grammar? Well, they took the comment sections within the SB Nation sites for each team and then fed them into a program from the website Grammarly.com. You can click on the link in the embedded tweet for the full list.
The top 25 teams in CFB, re-ranked by the grammar of their fan base. Where do you fall? http://t.co/eUGMrQVfgh pic.twitter.com/fZTV0qxVZX— USA TODAY Sports (@USATODAYsports) September 1, 2015
Well, now wait, what? Are you serious? Hold on, let me gather myself for just a minu...
WOOOO!!!!! I LOVE ALL OF YOU BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE WHO COMMENT ON THIS SITE AND GOT US TO #1!!!!!!
Seriously, though, this is awesome. One thing I do love about our small group of commenters here is that we're all articulate and don't devolve into some of the horrors of other sites. I think this also proves our folks are pretty well educated.
EDIT: I didn't even pay attention at first, but I finally realized that UGA and Alabama are 24th and 25th. That's just... AUsome.
Thanks for reading and commenting, folks. War Damn Eagle!