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What a game in Atlanta!  I don’t think anyone expected the game to be so close. Duke Vs Texas A&M For those of you who know me and know my team allegiances, Duke is one of my teams.  Husband Dave is a Duke alum. Congratulations to the Duke Blue Devils!  Their football program!  We know […]

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South Carolina has one of the most unique tailgating experiences.  All schools have their tents, RV’s and special traditions and even some boats.   South Carolina has “The Cockaboose Railroad,”  22 garnet painted cabooses sitting on dead tracks right outside the stadium. Each one looks just like the other from the outside.  Inside is a […]

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Florida Georgia time was here again! For all the college football fans who follow my post, you know I have already posted 2 stories on the traditional Florida Georgia game in Jacksonville.  Here is the 3rd story.  I remind you this game is unique because it is played every year in a neutral site and […]

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   For those of you new to my tailgating travels, Kathy Miller Time’s “TAILGATING THROUGH THE SOUTH” painting series celebrates the special traditions and unique tailgating spots of each of the 14 Southeastern Conference schools. I have traveled through the SEC gathering recipes from fans and alums, taking hundreds of photographs of tailgates and landmark buildings, then capturing […]

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After a couple of fun days in San Antonio and Austin, James and I left for College Station and Texas A&M;  the real reason behind our Texas trip. We wanted to taste Texas barbecue.  We learned quickly that Texans prefer beef to pork in their barbecue, beef brisket.   I wonder if being the Longhorn […]

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