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Best Tailgating - College Football Weekend Getaways

The Best College Football Tailgating in the United States

1. Auburn University - Auburn, Alabama
From Tiger's Walk to Rolling Toomer's Corner, Auburn is the place to be of college football Saturday. Plus, lets not forget the southern hospitality and the southern belles in Auburn, Alabama.

2. University of Notre Dame - South Bend, Indiana
One of the few college facilities that have enough parking on campus. Most organized tailgating in the country. And this is the last year to see the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend.

Auburn Tailgating at its best

3. University of Southern California - Los Angeles, California
Most elaborate tailgating in the country. Setting up chandeliers for tailgating and then heavy drinking, and finally kicking a flagpole for good luck. #1 in Wierd.

4. University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL
One of the most beautiful campuses in the south. But, forget about the beauty, football is number 1. Alabama has won 3 out of the 4 National Championships

5. Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Tailgating at LSU start early and end late. Loudest stadium in the country. Fans bring th Widest range of tailgating grub which include Jambalaya, Cajun sausage, and alligator stew.

6. Ole Miss/University of Mississippi - Oxford, Mississippi
Ole Miss is home to the most famous tailgating spot in the world, the Grove. An estimated 25,000 Ole Miss football fanatics begin the party the Friday night before Saturday games, with fans decked in their Sunday best. Really, only The New York Times could describe it as "It is every kind of party you can describe, at once: cocktail party, dinner party, tailgate picnic party, fraternity and sorority rush, family reunion, political handgrab, gala and networking party-hearty

7. Ohio State University - Columbus, Ohio
Ohio Stadium is also known as The Horseshoe and is recognized of one of the best college stadiums in the country. The stadium was added to the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service on March 22, 1974. Try to attend the Ohio State Marching Band Skull Session which starts two hours before kickoff of every home football game. Held in St. John Arena, the skull session is a popular concert/pep rally, with more than 10,000 fans in attendance.

8. University of Florida - Gainesville, Florida
It fun, sun and football at the Swamp. Gator fans know who to throw a party for your closest 100,000 Florida Gator Friends. You can crash with the students or rent parking at a house on University Avenue. Watch out for carrying beer on to the streets, BIG FINE.

9. University of Michigan
According to the 2010 census and Bleacher Report, Ann Arbor becomes the second-largest city in the state every Saturday during football season. Every football Saturday, over 100,000 Michigan fans come to Ann Arbor which makes for one crazy tailgate. If youíre not in Michigan Blue, you better get on home.

10. University of Nebraska
Huskers football is an all-town, all-day festival with more than enough beer and brats to go around. Fans donít just set up tents for game day; they head downtown to the Historic Haymarket, where the party just keeps going and going.
Touchdown Jesus at Notre DameLSU Tailgating


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