Great Adventures in #okstate Tailgating History


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#okstate Tailgate Tips, Homecoming Edition


Editor’s note: Have you read Seanpharkin’s blog? Well, you should. Today he educates us about tailgating at America’s GREATEST M*&*@@#&*&# Homecoming Celebration. (emphasis mine).  In honor of America’s Greatest Homecoming Celebration, I thought I’d provide a few quick, easy tailgating tips for Saturday.  You know, since four years of tailgating absolutely makes me an expert on […]

Fiesta Bowl Fun *Update*


The Valley of the Sun—can there be a better place to play a bowl game? While you bask in the perfect weather and cheer on your favorite team, you’ll probably also want to do a little eating and drinking, right? Well, the Phoenix metro area offers a multitude of restaurants and bars that are worth […]

Tailgate Wars Episode 1: A Wildfire Awakens {Guest Post}

tailgate wars SEANPHARKIN guest post

So, this is what happens when you mix wine, no sleep, Bedlam week, horrible drawing skills and Microsoft Paint.  I wouldn’t recommend this combination to anyone.  Especially pregnant women.  Mostly because of the wine.  Sorry, pregnant women. A long time ago at a tailgate far, far away……..where Comic Sans was a socially and professionally acceptable […]

The Perfect Chili?


“Chili is not so much food as a state of mind. Addictions to it are formed early in life and the victims never recover. On blue days in October, I get this passionate yearning for a bowl of chili, and I nearly lose my mind,” said writer Margaret Cousins. I cannot say that the chili I […]

Let’s Share a Hamburger and Be Friends


“Food is our common ground, a universal experience,” said the late food writer James Beard. We all have to eat—friends and foes alike. If you want to bring enemies together, then share a meal. Better yet? Invite your enemies to your tailgate. Nothing says “peace offering” like a hamburger and a cold beer on a […]