Tailgating season is off and running. Photos from Air Force vs. Colgate at Falcon Stadium, Colorado Springs. Go Falcons!
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Here’s your January Grillin’ Chillin’ & Cheerin’ update for our TailgateMadeEasy.Com online Tailgate Party! We are building the site to include links to all sorts of folks to help you plan and enjoy your Tailgating escapades. We’re starting with the Sporting Event Travel page to get you ready for the 2013 Tailgate Travel opportunities that you’ll have. Check back often and you’ll see updates on possible Tailgating Travel Opportunities as well as some Tailgating Travel Tips. Join our Facebook community and let us know about your favorite hot spots and Tailgating Traditions so we can share them! Watch for our “Tailgating Concierge” services to roll out in February.
Get fired up for a great day of NFL football action! Get out and do some Tailgating at the game, in your driveway, in the backyard…wherever! Find friends for a great Homegating day, or head out to your favorite sports bar to catch the action. Grillin’ Chillin’ & Cheerin’ all day long with TailgateMadeEasy.Com. #NFL #Patriots #Falcons #49ers #Ravens #Tailgating
Since the NFL playoffs are just around the corner, I was curious as to how teams handle warm and cold weather games. As it turns out, I came across this info out at NFL.Com and found it interesting. The other big factor in games is wind. Teams that play routinely in windy conditions (MetLife Stadium ranks as the windiest stadium) tend to have good home field winning percentages (if their QBs can throw in the first place that is!). Take a look by clicking the link!
The Tailgate Lifestyle is one of family, friends and fun. There’s nothing better that a day (or days) outside enjoying Grillin’ Chillin’ & Cheerin’ at a football stadium or a speedway. What makes a Tailgate Party great is the people you share it with. Your Tailgate Travel…
With all the weather hitting the east coast, it’s top of mind heading into the next Tailgate Travel Squad weekends. This is a reblog, but the info is interesting. Did you know that teams that play at windy home fields typically enjoy a much higher winning percentage on their home field?
This is Ray Lewis, one of the top Linebackers in the history of the NFL talking to the Miami Hurricanes about EFFORT. A must see for anyone that wants to know what makes a driven, proud man tick. As a suggestion for any young players about to start their season..listen and learn!
This is worth sending out again. Ray Lewis is injured right now, but I’d bet he’ll be working hard to make a great return. Good Luck Ray!
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Oklahoma is on quite an offensive roll in advance of next week’s game with defensive-minded Notre Dame. The Sooners cruised against the Jayhawks, as Landry Jones completed 20-of-30 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns. Six Oklahoma receivers, including Justin Brown (pictured), tallied double-digit receiving yardage totals. (AP)
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