College bros are a truly different caliber of man. Not many people can hang with them when it comes to partying, then again, not many people want to hang out with them at the party.
From their wasted ways to their narrow outlook on life, it is safe to say that these bros will be working for you one day. These are the biggest bro colleges in the country.
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12. University of Southern California
Similar to the ancestors of their school name, USC bro downs derive and expire pure class thanks to their fraternities that are built on the wealth of jocks that prefer suits over plaid shorts. Still, the beer doesn't stop flowing and for the majority of the year, the men of Troy dedicate their lives to the gridiron.
11. Lousiana State University
Located in the depths of Baton Rouge, Lousiana, anyone who calls themselves an LSU Tiger isn't afraid to don the purple and gold from head to toe. Mainly because every LSU frat bro is a total jerk who just happens to specialize in keg stands and making up posters that oddly represent Tobias Funke's humour.
10. Rutgers University
The self-proclaimed State University Of New Jersey, Rutgers' male student population is more about TDs than "GTL" but they aren't afraid to whip their shirts off for a quick tanning session. With quite a few diverse fraternities, they're also known to be in charge of almost everything from tailgating parties to community service projects.
9. University of Alabama
Ranked in the Top 3 as one of the "Best Colleges For Preppies", Alabama takes the innagural crown for having bros that are tremendously stuck-up. And in a way, they deserve to be when their NCAA football team has held a record of 59-12 in the country's fifth-largest stadium. Take that in and just imagine 101,821 yelling at you.
8. University of Georgia
Georgia is highly touted to be one of the best universities with athletes and intramural programs (it's a school "Stocked With Jocks") so if you need to get your dodgeball on or rip off your shirt during a heated game of no-pads football, then you might as well be a Bulldog.
7. Arizona State University
It's not uncommon for these bros to rip their shirts off at school or even take part in the annual "Undie Run" streak because when it comes to these dudes - ahem, "du" - they've memorized "the bro scene" of "I Love You, Man".
6. Duke University
When they bro out, Duke jocks go blue (literally). They're pretty open about their ways as most Dukies invade the gyms every morning, dress up for class and even wear formal attire with shorts. Plus, they have a "Gossip Bro" column in their school newspaper.
5. Michigan State University
The Spartans are so bro, even their college mascot, Sparty, looks like a normal bro in a costume. To make matters worse, their sororities act like fraternities so the population of jocks isn't strictly kept to the number of male students at the universities. Tailgating is also almost like a registered class for them.
4. University of Texas
They're "Longhorn Hellraisers" who hide an extra layer of broness under their thick southern exteriors that can only be summed up one way: Alumnus, Matthew McConaughey.
3. Ohio State University
"Football. Football. Football." is Ohio State's unofficial motto because when it comes to any sport in their athletic system, football's the most important one. Sure there is a swelling variety of bros at the school but their dedication thoroughly involves beer crushing and shirt waving.
2. Penn State University
For years, Penn Staters have always loved their football as they tailgate like it's religion. Of course there's a major bro ritual involving burgers and beer. And if you feel like getting psyched up and yelling uncontrollably around campus, you'll fit right in with every dude that's enrolled.
1. University of Florida
The nationwide term "Don't tase me, bro!" brought Florida bros some limited fame but in reality, they don't need much attention. Their Abercrombie jocks with a trailer park attitude live by a party-first mentality at their school where tanning before football games is encouraged.