I worked at a summer camp in college and became friends with many students at schools across the Big 12, SEC, and even some Big 10 schools. Of course, I went to a small d2 school that didn't even have a football team, and being that I have a few people in my family that are Longhorns, I would get in on the sports talk and banter between schools. (Many knew of my UT ties, but I never acted like I went there, mind you), I just love talking sports, especially college football. I was actually going to go to Alabama but instead chose to go to my little private university because it was in Dallas. That allowed me to work with multiple sports teams during my college days - really glad I went that route, but I digress.
I enjoyed my friends that went to Arkansas, Bama, UT, A&M (although you get them all in a room and they do their dang chants and that gets kinda annoying), Tech, LSU, and the list goes on. Some awesome people. However, the WORST fans I encountered, and by fans I mean students, was no doubt Baylor. Holy cow. Maybe this was because it was during peak Art Briles, but I had never met a more arrogant group of fans with nothing to show for it than those guys. Good people, but when it came to talking football or sports in general, I had to walk out of the room. They talked about their "rivalry" with Texas and screamed "61-58" or whatever that score was, to TCU folks every chance they got. They aren't as bad now, but it sometimes comes out every football season and it grinds my gears.
Internet fans are the worst though. When Texas was playing Georgia in the Sugar Bowl, I was reading forums prior to game day and Georgia fans were ruthless. I understand people don't like Texas, but geez. You would have thought they played every year. In person, no issues. Online, it was a firing squad.
I've become pretty good at ignoring people who don't want to talk about the topic and resort to insults. At least in sports. Politics is another animal lol