Top Tailgates

YOU MIGHT BE A LITTLE hard-pressed, walking your way through a crowd of thousands in a cloud of barbecue smoke outside a college football stadium on a Saturday afternoon, to find a history major who could pinpoint the origins of tailgating. But you don’t need a Ph.D. to know why drink, food, friends, school loyalty, and giddy sports anticipation have established

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