You don't have to be a Gator to love this bar.
Don't even act like this isn't freaking incredible.
Badger Short Bus Brigade
The Badger Short Bus Brigade is actually a nonprofit run by University of Wisconsin students and alumni whose mission is to provide UW-Madison students with an unforgettable tailgating experience.
Adorable and full of booze - Where do I get one of these?
Texas Sports Bus
How Longhorns tailgate in style.
OH-IO State fans know how to tailgate right with an awesome flatscreen and intricate sound system.
The Ross Bus
Exclusively for MBA students of the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, the Ross Bus is a Michigan tailgating tradition unlike any other.
I see what you did there. And I'm totally jealous.
Grant Field Volunteer Fire Department
"Sent on a mission from Dodd" adorns the side of this 1977 Pierce fire engine which was converted into a firetruck version of the Ramblin' Wreck a few years ago. Now, it's now a tailgating staple at Georgia Tech Games.
The Whiskey Tango Kitchen Trailer
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot did they get the idea for this genius little contraption?!
Southern Methodist University Trailer
This awesome SMU tailgate trailer was created by the geniuses at Imagimotive. It features a grill, a drink station, a flatscreen and plenty of shade for tailgating in the hot Texas sun. You can have one of your own, for somewhere in the range of $15-22k.
"The Beast" - Real Steel Tailgaters Trailer
In 2012 a group of Houston Texans fans known as the Real Steel Tailgaters purchased and refurbished an old ambulance into what is now known as "The Beast". The Beast features two 55" TVs and two keg taps, a "quad bong" and a bloody mary bar.
Led by Deny Arny, the Tubgaters are some extremely fervent Detroit Lions fans. No matter how frigid it may be on game day, Arny and his crew set up and start hot tubbing it out in the parking lot.
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Tailgating has come a long way, baby.
It used to be just a few friends and a cooler of cold ones gathered around a radio, indulging in some socializing before the game. The event has has evolved into a long and complicated affair.
For example, at the University of Texas, the parking lots are blocked off starting the Thursday before a home game and they stay closed until the Sunday morning after.
Fanatic football devotees arrive in elaborate campers and trailers and construct enormous tents, thereby turning the parking lot into a temporary party ground. Fans show up to the tailgate parties bearing all kinds of contraptions for preparing food as well. From plain old barbecue grills, to smokers, to turkey fryers, you never know what you'll find in any given stadium parking lot in the fall.