Breaking: Ohio University No Longer Nation's Top Party School

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Get on this womans level.
  • Get on this woman's level.

We know you're all busy reading about Todd Akin's self-immolation and buried in Colt McCoy's latest grandstanding, but stop what you're doing, because there is breaking news coming in over the wires:

In the Princeton Review's annual survey of the top part schools in the nation, Ohio University is no longer on top, a position it had held two years running.

What's up, Bobcats? Are you in Athens just to waste mom and dad's money and embarrass them, too? Don't you know what sort of tradition was handed over to you? For shame.

West Virginia is the new king. Moonshine or something. OU was pushed to third behind the University of Iowa. We'd make a joke, but we're too disappointed.

Here are the top ten, via The Post:

1. West Virginia University

2. University of Iowa

3. Ohio University

4. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

5. University of Georgia

6. University of Florida

7. University of California at Santa Barbara

8. Florida State University

9. Miami University of Ohio

10. Syracuse University

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