For others, a football game is something to do after tailgating. It’s a religion at various schools, complete with copious amounts of food, games and flat-screen TVs. (more…)
History suggests that tailgating’s earliest roots can be traced back to 1861. Union supporters showed up at what is now known as The Battle of Bull Run and cheered on their soldiers with shouts of “Go Big Blue” while snacking on food brought to this famous battle. (more…)
And out-partying the Southeastern Conference, with its passionate fans and mild weather for most of the season, is difficult.
But the SEC hasn’t cornered the market on tailgating like it has national championships. If you’re looking to go on a tailgating tour this season, here are the top 12 spots to hit. (more…)
Barbeque business sizzles at PSU tailgates
Worth the wait
Strains of the Blue Band’s drums at practice echo through Nittany Valley these days, mostly around dinner time, signaling the approach of football and tailgating season.
Soon the hills around the stadium will be awash with RVs, cars, trucks, buses and 100,000-plus people getting ready to roar in the Nittany Lions to the playing field. (more…)