Clip of '83 St Aug FB team Who Dat chant (1 Viewer)

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While the vaudeville chant goes back to at least the 30s I believe it's use in football has been traced to the 60s.
 
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I went to St. Louis Catholic High School in Lake Charles. Our mascot was Saints and we were doing a who dat cheer as far back as 78. Our cheer was a little different something like "Who dat talk'in about beat'in those Saints."
 

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man this clip proves the 'NFL' owns no rights to 'Who Dat' I love those nick names, Southern Discomfort, Bourbon Street Bangers
 

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Kid in the center with the red jersey is Judge Benedict Willard. He's an embarrassment to '' Aug Nation'' , thank God for Leonard Fournette!
 

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I was at the Jesuit - St. Aug basketball game in '79. That was the first time I heard it.
 
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As long as ours came before the Bengals lame 'Who Dey' rip-off (which it did), then that's all that matters. :9:
I consider myself to be a pretty cool customer but if a Bengals fan ever tried to tell me we got "Who Dat" from "Who Dey", I'm going off like Denzel at the end of Training Day.
 

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