LOS ANGELES, Aug. 31, 2015 — Once again, Grammarly is breaking down the grammar used by fans on social media. College football fans find themselves in the Grammarly crosshairs this time, as the NCAA football season is set to begin this week. Grammarly analyzed the social media posts of fans for each of the schools ranked in the preseason AP top 25 poll.
Auburn fans come in at the top with the smallest number of grammar errors, while rival Alabama fans pull up the rear with the most mistakes. On the west coast, USC fans make fewer grammar mistakes than their rivals, UCLA and Notre Dame. Oregon leads all Pac-12 schools, however.
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