More liberal pc garbage.
Back in April, the student government at the University of Utah deemed the campus’s over-100-year-old fight song, “Utah Man,” sexist, racist and transphobic. Consequently, school officials decided to change the lyrics. (RELATED: Student government deems University of Utah fight song racist, sexist)
Officials at the U have now announced the new, politically-correct lyrics of the song, reports Salt Lake City Fox affiliate KSTU.
For old time’s sake, here is the original version of the song, which started as a frat chant, and which is traditionally belted out after every football touchdown:
I am a Utah man, sir, and I live across the green.
Our gang, it is the jolliest that you have ever seen.
Our coeds are the fairest and each one’s a shining star.
Our yell, you hear it ringing through the mountains near and far.
Who am I, sir? A Utah man am I A Utah man, sir, and will be till I die; Ki!Yi!
We’re up to snuff; we never bluff,
We’re game for any fuss,
No other gang of college men
dare meet us in the muss.