The vast majority of college football fight songs are indescribably bland. This probably has a lot to do with the vast majority of college football teams and programs being indescribably bland in their own little ways. For instance, can anyone out there hum the Fresno State fight song without resorting to putting in your copy of NCAA 11 and playing as the Bulldogs? However, there are certain fight songs that are endemic to the college football experience. There are those you love, those you hate (Notre Dame's, Michigan's), and those that make you want to take a drill to your eardrum after the 97th time they're played (USC). No matter what you think of them, they're a special part of the college football experience, and if they go away, it wouldn't be the same.
I will say without shame that I'm a voracious consumer of music. I can't tell you much about the 12-bar blues or chord progressions, but I did take History of Rock and Roll in my time at Ohio State. After all, who didn't need that extra hour of sleep and the GPA-saving A, right? Seriously though, I love music, I love talking about music, I love sharing music with friends. My tastes aren't refined enough to qualify me as a music snob (I would vote for Lemmy ten times over before casting a ballot for John Lennon as president, and yes, I know they're both foreigners), but I like to think I know my stuff, and my love of music frequently interacts with my love of Ohio State.