If the offending chant is heard at Camp Randall Stadium before the fourth quarter, then "Jump Around" won’t be played.A description of the chant and the "Jump Around" here. Reasons why this threat would not work:
If, predictably, the profanities come to life after "Jump Around" is played, then one of the most iconic celebrations in all of college football goes away for the next game — or games.
1. Authorities telling a big group of free citizens what not to say is pretty much forcing them to say it.
2. You'd be punishing everyone in the stadium — including a lot of alumni who come to town for the games — for the yelling in the student subgroup.
3. You can only threaten not to play "Jump Around" over the stadium loudspeakers, but everyone there knows when the song is supposed to play, and if it didn't play, surely they'd sing it. There would be smart phones everywhere to play the song and boost the singing, making it more boisterous than ever.
4. You ought to be thankful you've got students who do yell. What if they didn't?
ADDED: From the scoreboard, October 2011: