The Buffalo Bills will play their first home game of the season this Sunday against the Chargers. (The last time those two teams played, Nathan Peterman threw five picks in a half.) Hordes of Zubaz-clad Bills fans will presumably mark the home opener as is tradition: by getting mega drunk and trying to obliterate any…
The Eagles have the late game today, which probably isn’t the best-case scenario for Philadelphia. People have been tailgating since 6 a.m. Maybe earlier. The parking lots were a sea of trash by mid-afternoon.
The dry-as-the-Gobi headline in the Buffalo News calls it “another typical Bills game day,” and let’s go to the video to see the totally normal tailgating activities:
That man you see above you there is Rutgers Athletic Director Pat Hobbs, indulging in a cold one at the official Rutgers student tailgate before the school’s game against New Mexico on Saturday. Rutgers opened up a student tailgate zone this season to try and boost attendance, but after two games, the school has…
This is not a long video, but still manages to define “wait for it.” Here’s a Mario Williams jersey-clad Bills fan making the most of his morning tailgate time with a round of Dizzy Bat that ends in the most wonderful fashion.
Football season is all but here, which means that prime Tailgate Season is swiftly descending upon us. As pastimes go, tailgating is great because there’s not much to it. You don’t have to know a lick about football or whatever other sport you’re needlessly drinking in preparation for, and you don’t have to like…
Police cited three Maple Heights, Ohio, parents for child endangering after they left their five children at home while the adult went to tailgate the Sept. 21 Ravens-Browns game. The kids were all between 7 and 10 years old.
There's a lot to love about this video. First of all, it's not about making cheesesteaks. Second of all: fuck yeah, Philadelphia. This is the way to tailgate: four dudes in an outdoor hot tub drinking Wild Turkey in chilly-ass Philadelphia.
In a press conference held at a train station, a consortium of semi-important men in suits announced that you'd better not drive to the Super Bowl, or else.
Massachusetts has a lot going for it. First and foremost, it's a really fun word to say. We also have a lot of apples here, plus more peaches than you'd think. And I can't say for certain, but I assume we still have unparalleled access to the Funky Bunch.
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Is your pride worth $450? That's how much one Browns fan earned from his friends for sticking his head into a bucket of human piss, before Cleveland's Week 6 game last month. He was none the worse for wear, and the Browns won, so it seemed like the man identified only as "Phil" wouldn't regret his decision.
"Don't do it, Phil!"
Police are still trying to determine if this is actually a baby doing a keg stand or merely the appearance of a baby doing a keg stand. Either way, it's pretty obvious that this could only happen at an Arizona State University football tailgate.
Check out junior in the Posluszny jersey. Now check out his crotch, you pervert. At least it's Buffalo, so he can always have the "it was cold" excuse.
A visiting teenager was found unconscious in a portable toilet after tailgating celebrations for Duke's win over Virginia on Saturday. The university will now brainstorm different gatherings that reflect "the class and spirit for which Duke is known." Right.
And not because many Clevelanders weigh as much as a Kia Forte. No, the traditional tailgating spot for Browns fans is now charging money to enter, even if you're on foot.
Baylor lost to UConn this weekend—yes, football—but the campus isn't really concerned about the Bears' gridiron woes. They'd much rather talk about a girl who might have stolen beer out of some frat guy's cooler while tailgating.
It's bad enough that drinking is banned at Minnesota football games —but tailgating too? Those with rowdy reputations must now enter through special gate and get breathalized. Fail, and watch the game from a bar—where at least there's beer. [ESPN]