Florida State has won the NCAA 2012 Traditions Contest.
EA SPORTS announced Florida State’s Chief Osceola/Renegade as the fan-voted winning tradition featured in the EA SPORTS NCAA Football 12 college football gameday traditions voting competition hosted on Facebook and ESPN’s SportsNation.
Clip from the game courtesy of EA Sports
Of the 25 universities in the running, Florida State’s Chief Osceola/Renegade was able to overcome Michigan’s Go Blue tradition in the Finals by a margin of 65% vs. 35%.
In total, over one million votes were cast by fans throughout the duration of the six-week long competition.
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The NCAA 2012 Traditions Contest is nearing its end with the Championship to be announced Tuesday night by ESPN Sportsnation and EA Sports.
The FSU fanbase has kept Chief Oseola and Renegade in the spotlight with nearly 1.5 million votes during this contest of a 16-team tournament format.
In round 1, the Noles defeated the Florida Gators pre-game ritual. In round 2, the Noles defeated the pre-game ritual of the LSU Tigers. The Semifinals saw FSU get the great Notre Dame fanbase. So far in the Championship finals, the Noles have a commanding lead on the Michigan Wolverines.
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Nearly 40,000 votes were cast in the first 5 days of the competition with the Garnet & Gold taking 63% of the vote and the Maize & Blue taking 37%. With voting wrapping up Tuesday afternoon, a winner will be announced on the same day the NCAA 2012 video game will be released. If Seminole Nation holds true to form, the Noles will wind up being the champion school of EA Sports Inaugural Traditions Tournament.
To cast a vote in the FSU vs. Michigan pre-game Traditions Contest, click on the link above or visit www.facebook.com/sportsnation and follow the appropriate links.
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