Today marks the 40th birthday of the Internet and in celebration I have decided to embark on possibly my most meaningful venture yet. Earlier this year I wrote about the Google ads that claim to know the IQ of every celebrity, politician and college fan in the country. I decided to compare the average fan IQ of every Big East school and the results were about what one would expect, except for the fact Providence fans apparently have the highest IQ in the Big East. The analysis furthered my thesis that everything on the Internet is pretty much true.
So following in that tradition, I have enlisted the help of Google Images to illustrate the average fan of each Big East school. To be fair, I picked one image from the top two rows of the first page of search results. And I was on moderate search since I have not figured out how to turn off the parental controls from my computer.
Presented after the jump for your viewing and gawking pleasure: The "Average" Big East Fan.
WWHD - What Would Huggins Do? The answer to that life mantra is actually why these young Bearcats are able to stay warm - drink lots of alcohol.
After the game, Geno Auriemma came over and thanked him for his support.
DePaul doesn't actually have any fans so the Athletic Department was forced to animate one.
The joys of being located in the nation's capital.
And they are in the Big East because...?
Can't make this stuff up folks.
If you think this is over-the-top, wait til you see the one on her leg.
The city of Pittsburgh actually encourages highlights to brighten the otherwise gray sky.
Old world styling to compliment any traditional design interior.
Probably should have checked how many credits he had left before scribing that across his chest.
These actors were offered to be paid in free tuition but they decided to take the ten rolls of toilet paper instead.
There are more fans of the Canadian city than the school.
One of these things is not like the others, one of these things just doesn't belong.
A photo from commencement at Syracuse.
Two days later his transfer application to Georgetown was rejected, again.
While those around him chant "We landed on the Moon."