One football tradition at Angelo State University is the victory line formed by students and fans of the Rams at the start of the second half of each regular season football game in San Angelo Stadium.
At the end of the halftime show, fans are invited to come down on the field and form two parallel lines of spectators for the football team to run between as they return to the home bench. Led by the cheerleaders and Roscoe, the team rushes onto the field to the applause and cheers of their fans.
Students, faculty, staff and kids of all ages participate in the victory line. It is especially favored by grandparents desiring to interest their grandchildren in the color and pageantry of collegiate football.
Over the years the victory line has come to symbolize the spirit of ASU fans always ready to give up their seats to help the team achieve victory.