College football is here! So naturally it's time to show your school spirit*. You've got the shirt, the flag, the foam head in the shape of your mascot, but that's not the only way to show others what colors you bleed. We've pulled together some great and some quirky gadgets to prove you're the ultimate fan...
This toaster will burn your teams logo into your toast, helping you start your pre-gaming *ahem* morning off right. It will toast two slices and has functions for frozen food, reheating and quick stopping.
$39.95 at SECStore
Good for little fans or guests who don't know their way around your house, this LED nightlight provides an even glow and doesn't have any bulbs to replace. Or maybe you just want to be able to see your favorite team when you're making a midnight snack.
$14.95 at SECStore
USB Optical Mouse
It's certainly not cutting edge, as these corded USB 800 dpi optical tracking 3-button mice could probably be had for half the price sans the college logo ontop. But then you're a superfan and you've got represent to the fullest, right?
This is an HDTV with your team's logo featured in gold in the bottom corners. Now when you're watching the game there will be no doubt about whose side you're on. And your living room/football cave will look all the sweeter.
$699.99 at Your College Gear
Get your team's mascot to hold the phone for you. Hand painted and standing on top of a football that doubles as the receiver, the phone is touch-tone and has redial, ringer volume and phone volume.
$129 at the Danbury Mint
There are a ton of different phone cases out there, some you can design yourself. If you've got a cell phone, there's a team case for it. This particular one is a hard case in a series by skull candy. But a phone case is a great way to subtly support your team, even when it isn't appropriate to be painted your team colors. Like say, a board meeting.
$29.99 at Skullcandy
*The views of the author may not reflect the views of Unpluggd writers, editors or staff. Full disclosure, I'm a Florida fan so this post may offend those of other football persuasions.