Cheers, Mate

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Let’s grade some Foundation’s cheers!

Jackrabbits
This team seems to have focused their chant around the springy central figure. I have no idea what they are saying but I can only conclude it is in reverence to this individual.

Grade: B

Sidewinders
What is this “o-lay, o-lay, o-lay?” It sounds catchy. I feel like this particular chant might internationally revolutionize sports fandom.

Grade: Incomplete

Diamondbacks
Saved the best for last. This cheer has everything: choreography, infectious enthusiasm and an unidentifiable ear piercing noise. Good by you, D-backs!

Grade: A

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