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 Who Says Tailgating is Dead?

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Who Says Tailgating is Dead? Fri, 09/16/11 5:13 AM (permalink)
Certainly not Auburn Fans! I was gonna say "Good Ol' Yankee Ingenuity" but--
I better change that to "Good Ol' Redneck Ingenuity".
http://network.yardbarker.com/college_football/article_external/backyard/this_moment_in_tailgating_history_war_damn_casket_grill/6776101?refmod=backyard
No one is more creative than Tailgaters! Tell us or show us about Unusual Tailgating "Stuff" you've seen.
John Madden has a Book out on Ultimate Tailgating with pictures of some terrific rigs out there. One comes to mind that's the creation of Steeler Fans. It's a car all decorated up with Steelers Stuff that's had the Engine removed and replaced it with a BBQ Grill. Maybe our Pittsburgh brethren have seen it in the The Heinz Field Parking lot!
 
 
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