I don't want to root for my alma mater, due to bullying, is it normal?

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I graduated the University of South Florida back in 2013. But I regret it, due to bullying and racist comments that I endured at the hands of the frats and sorirites.

Then, I moved back to Boca Raton decided to do a second degree at Florida Atlantic University in 2019 (still there due to not wanting loans) and I was surprised at the friendlness of the people there.

Yes, there's jerks everywhere, but FAU had less compared to USF. Even though I never graduated FAU (I am still enrolled), I want to root for them and not the Bulls.

I have already donated away all my USF gear to the Salvation Army and only wear FAU. People are chastizing me for not wanting to root for my alma mater, but I had such a bad experience there that the only USF thing I own is my degree.

I was watching a game between USF and UCF and people were surprised at me cheering for the Knights instead.

Am I insane? Am I going mad? Am I the only one who refuses to root for his alma mater due to bullying?
I don't want to root for my alma mater, due to bullying, is it normal?
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