Walk into Koch Arena on game day and one thing is clear, you don't want to go to war with the Shockers. If a deep bench wasn't enough this team comes with 10,506 cheering fans at every home game.
The last home game of the season was sold out. Fans say they wouldn't miss the Shockers run at a perfect regular season for anything.
"It's definitely historic. We're undefeated and that rarely happens for any team. I wouldn't want to miss this," said Harvey Arthur, a season ticket holder and life-long fan.
Other fans say the thrill of an undefeated season came to a climax Saturday afternoon.
"15, 16 wins and we're excited, but when we got to 25 I think everyone was holding their breath. Now to get 31 it's just a great way to cap everything off," said shocker fan Alisa Phillips.
While the regular season is over the Shockers still have to get through the madness that is March. One of the shockers' oldest fans is John Burchfield. He's 100-years-old and has been cheering on the Shockers for more than 60 years. Burchfield says this team has what it takes to go far.
"They're one hell of a team," Burchfield said.
Burchfield and the rest of the Shocker fans will watch as their team goes on in March.