Fans take their support of the UNC women's basketball program to a WHOLE new level!

During the UNC women's basketball program's top-25 victory over Louisville, these fans did something that showcased their passion for the Tar Heels.

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North Carolina Tar Heels fans are some of the most passionate people in the entire world.

Around Chapel Hill, the common trait of those who visit or inhabit it is the love for the Tar Heels, especially when it comes to sports teams.

On Sunday, the UNC women's basketball program hosted a huge top-25 contest against No. 13-ranked Louisville, a game that would ultimately determine who finished the day on top of the ACC regular season standings.

The crowd was electric at Carmichael Arena, as Tar Heel faithful truly showed up for the event. However, a certain crew deserves some well-deserved recognition for their elite fandom that was on display for this game.

The five fans in the photo above were very active during the game, as they switched jerseys every time Courtney Banghart changed lineups throughout the entire contest.

If you don't believe us, just check this video out for proof.

If you ask me, that is some ELITE fandom right there, as those fans deserve some type of MVP award for their efforts. Not only is it impressive (and truly awesome) that this crew came prepared with a jersey of every single UNC women's basketball player on the roster, but they were also dedicated to switching jerseys to keep up with who was on the court.

Well done, well done!

If they awarded "fans of the game," this crew 100% wins for this game. This is a prime example of how the Tar Heel faithful showed up for what was a very big game for the UNC women's basketball program.

For those of you who go to the University of North Carolina or live in the Chapel Hill area, we request that you be more like these guys!

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