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Ohio Sports Vacation

Monday, July 7th, 2014

O-H-I-O! Are your ready for a sports vacation unlike any other? Take two weeks, a car, a group of buddies, and set off an adventure like no other to see the greatest sporting events north of the Ohio river. Rev up the engine grab the face paint, cooler, and tailgate accessories, it’s time to start your Ohio sports vacation.

Time of Year (Fall)

In order to gain the overall sports experience of Ohio the trip needs to happen in the fall.

Start (Cleveland):

The "Dawg Pound"

The “Dawg Pound”

Begin the trip on the shores of Lake Erie with a baseball game at Progressive Field to watch manager Terry Francona and the Indians battle for the AL Central Division Championship. If your lucky you might get to help bang one of the outfield drums in an

attempt to psych out an opposing pitcher.

The next day scoot on down to FirstEnergy Stadium and join the “Dawg Pound” in watching the NFL’s Cleveland Browns. By next fall who knows, you might be able to watch Johnny Football throw a touchdown…or an interception.

If you haven’t gotten sick of Cleveland yet, check out an early season Cavaliers game at Quicken Loans Arena. Maybe LeBron will be there too. Continue reading “Ohio Sports Vacation” »

The Best of the Best College Football Stadiums

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Tiger StadiumAs we begin week three of college football, it is safe to say the season is in full-swing, which means college football fans’ lives are now revolving around the game. Die-hard fans know that Saturday is all about football and some are even taking days off work to follow their favorite team to away games. While the games are the primary focus of the season, there is a lot more to it. College football is also about tailgating and the stadiums.

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2012 college football tailgating guide

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Discerning tailgaters, if you take your craft seriously, you’re going to want to keep up with the Jones’ for the upcoming season, and you’ll probably want to get together your wish list right about ummm…now.

We’ve been scouring the web looking for the best tailgating gear and ideas to make sure you’re properly supporting your alma mater this fall as well as impressing the heck out of anyone lucky enough to be parked near you.

The Essentials

Can’t tailgate without a nice grill. Here are some winners in our book:

weber smokey joe grillThe Weber Smokey Joe
Portable, well made and provides the ability to regulate airflow. Basically, the kinds of attributes you want in a full sized grill but perfect for a small tailgate. Weber is a mainstay in the grilling industry for a reason. Tough to go wrong here.  Shop for one here.

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