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Who has the best tailgate: LSU or Tennessee?

College football might be one of the most exciting sports in the country, but it's the tailgate that really separates the experience from others. Tailgates bring fans together and we want to know which college team has the best tailgates. In this matchup, we have LSU against Tennessee. LSU is one of the few places where the party outside the stadium might be better than the actual game. Tennessee's famed sailgating on the Tennessee River is special. Which one is better? 🏈🍖

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Whether it's the food or the camaraderie, tailgates are a place that has a euphoric charm about them, taking people back to their college experiences or students making their own memories to reminisce about in the future. There is no shortage of great tailgates in the country, but eight schools have really separated themselves from the pack. Which school will prevail?

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Consistently ranked at the top of every tailgate list, LSU doesn't need the pageantry of events—all they need is the food. At RV lots like Touchdown Village, there is enough food to feed a small army, but it definitely doesn't taste like military rations. Every Cajun item from boudin to slow-cooked pork is filling the air with heavenly smells.

In LSU, tailgating is a lifestyle according to Jaime San Andres:

We don’t fish. We don’t hunt. We don’t play golf. We do a party, and we don’t want nobody to outdo our party.
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Sailgating should be a bucket-list item for every college football fan, especially when it's at Tennessee. A fleet of boats will park at the docks right outside of the Neyland Stadium on the Tennessee River. Not only do fans get to enjoy their food and beverages right on the water, they get to hear the roar of the crowd as well. Nothing is quite like it. 

Here is what Nancy Campbell told Bleacher Report in 2016:

I love it. You can't beat the location, and the whole nine yards. It's a short walk to the stadium and a short walk back, and you don't have to battle traffic. It's a unique way to spend a football season.
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Who has the best tailgate: LSU or Tennessee?
#VoteLSU
A festive crown for the winner
#VoteTennessee