In 2015, yours truly began covering Student Sections in Orange County, California. We expanded to Southern California in 2017 and last year, we added four more states. This past winter, we expanded to 19 states. 

Now, we are going to 40 states. This is still a one-man operation for the most part.

I know that Student Sections have a lot of work to do to get the students to the games to cheer on their classmates and go along with the theme and make sure they don’t cause trouble. These student sections deserve recognition.

We will kick off the Student Section season with Preseason Football Student Section Rankings. REMEMBER, this is a PREVIEW. It is merely a prediction. The real rankings come out in November or December. 

If you feel your student section isn’t ranked high enough or not ranked at all, let us know and we’ll keep a close eye on them.

Every week, we will also have Student Section of the Week for each state. Once you win Student Section of the Week, you can’t win it again, but you still have to battle for the top spot in your state and perhaps the Nation as we will also name a Football Student Section National Champion. 

So far we have previewed the Top 40 Preseason Football Student Section Rankings in eight states as well as a Watch List for two states. We now head to Georgia!

Georgia has been interacting with us very well and I can definitely see more Student Sections going wild this fall in the Peach State. A lot of great school spirit in this state. Perhaps it’s the Coke Cola in their system.

In each state, we will name one student section to look out for. A student section that doesn’t get talked about a lot by us or others and for Florida, it’s the Valdosta Doopsters. When we attempted to cover Georgia in 2020, the Doopsters were one of our favorites. Now that we’ve returned, we expect that interaction to resume as well as their insanity in the stands and on social media.

Will the Doopsters pick up where they left off? Let’s find out!


  1. Buford Wolf Gang

I have to wonder who will be better, the Wolf Gang or the Buford football team? With good football comes a good Student Section and the Wolf Gang doesn’t need more gas to get the car running, but they’ve been given a full tank. They better get to their destination or someone will pass them up by seasons end.

  1. Mill Creek Freaks of Hoschton 
  2. Grayson Spike Squad of Loganville
  3. Valdosta Doopsters 
  4. Brookwood Bronco Nation
  5. Norcross Blue Crew
  6. North Gwinnett Cooper Crew
  7. Walnut Grove Warzone of Loganville
  8. Houston County Hoco Loco
  9. Milton Eagles Nest
  10. Lowndes Concrete Crazies of Valdosta 
  11. Perry Panther Pit
  12. Collins Hill
  13. Veterans Dirty Birds of Kathleen 
  14. Pebblebrook of Mableton
  15. Archer Red Zone of Lawrenceville 
  16. North Cobb of Kennesaw 
  17. Hughes of Fairburn 
  18. Wheeler
  19. Carrollton Trojan Nation
  20. John’s Creek Gladiator Army
  21. Vidalia Bleacher Creatures 
  22. ACE Talon Tribe of Macon
  23. Pierce County Cave Crazies
  24. Creekview Grizzly Den of Canton
  25. Cedar Grove of Ellenwood
  26. McEachern Tribe of Powder Springs
  27. Jones County of Gray
  28. Colquitt County of Norman Park
  29. Camden County of Kingsland
  30. Cherokee Bluff Purple Reign
  31. Brantley County Crazies
  32. Warner Robins
  33. Commerce Crew
  34. Brooks County if Quitman 
  35. Rome
  36. Flowery Branch Dark Side
  37. Hebron Christian Academy Lions Den of Dacula 
  38. Providence Christian Academy Storm
  39. Habersham Central Spike Squad Mt. Airy