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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | May 4, 2017

May the Fourth be with you: College teams take to social media for Star Wars Day

Do or do not, there is no try. 

Thursday, on May the Fourth (also known throughout the galaxy as Star Wars Day), college teams across the country took Yoda's advice to heart. 

Here are some of the best social media posts from the day:

One of the most thorough posts of the day belongs to TCU Baseball, which released this trailer in anticipation of its upcoming series with Texas. The video is complete with lightsabers, R2D2, and a wookie umpire of course.

Florida Athletics also went the video route and put together this PSA on the dangers of walking to the team's stadium:

Minnesota took a different approach, inserting their mascot into a scene from Episode VII:

Georgia Tech capitalized on its color scheme, which happens to be quite similar to a popular Star Wars duo:

And Wisconsin and Kansas pulled out photos of their mascots in Jedi garb:

Texas showcased its all-white uniform combo, which bears a striking resemblance to a certain infamous uniform in the Star Wars universe:

And dozens of other schools went to photoshop to display their Star Wars fandom:

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