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Georgia Southern Is Trying To Change The Tailgating Game This Coming Football Season With New Mini Mansions

Georgia Southern Is Trying To Change The Tailgating Game This Coming Football Season With New Mini Mansions

Eighty days from now, the world will be right again. Everything in our lives will make sense, and everything we do will have meaning. That’s because, in 80 days, college football returns. Of course, with the return of college football comes the return of football tailgates. I can already smell the barbecue grilling, taste the cold beer flowing, and hear the drunk sorority girls complaining and gossiping.

Tailgating is truly the epitome of the college football experience. From requiring pledges to set everything up all the way up to the cleanup, it’s a sight to behold.

Georgia Southern is trying to turn tailgating into some sort of fancy party this upcoming season by building these mini mansions for fans to use.

From Georgia Southern Athletics:

The suite can accommodate dozens of guests with almost 400 square feet of indoor entertaining space that includes four flat screen HD satellite TVs, wet bar, air conditioning and a private bathroom. You also have the ability to move the party outside with satellite television, outdoor furniture, exterior beverage refrigerator and propane grill.

Gameday Traditions provides a luxury tailgating experience that can’t be matched with private members-only access and security, suite concierge and on-site general manager.

This is what they look like:

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That really defeats the purpose of tailgating if you ask me. Sweating your balls off in the sun while trying to run game on Katie, the sweet Tri Delt from the night before, is what tailgating is about, not sitting your happy ass in a small air-conditioned house while someone else does the grilling.

Editor’s note from Dorn: These looking fucking awesome. Fuck the heat.

[via Georgia Southern Athletics]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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