$100 To Tailgate In Norfolk? You’d Have To Pay Me

Tailgating is big business. Two week ago at Giants Stadium, I saw a custom-made RV with a fold-out barbecue pit and walk-in refrigerator in the luggage compartment. But that’s the pros. Yoy might even pay to tailgate at a big college football game. But how much would you pay to tailgate at a Norfolk State football game?

NSU Tailgating

(She’s gonna cost you a little more than $100.)

Yes, the Norfolk State Spartans, those 3-6 juggernauts of the 1-AA MEAC conference, are charging $100 a car and $125 an RV just to crack open a few brewskis in the parking lot before a game. That doesn’t even include a ticket to the game. The only recourse for fans is to try and drink $100 worth of Natty Ice to offset the fee. That’ll end well.

What’s your favorite tailgating treat?

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Pacman Paid Extortion Money to Vegas Shooter

According to Las Vegas police, Adam “Pacman” Jones paid $15,000 to the man that has been arrested for firing the shot that paralyzed an employee of the strip club now famous for allowing Jones to seed the clouds inside with money and then making it rain. Jones’ lawyer make it clear: “…if (Jones) didn’t pay the money then this guy would come after him.”

Pacman Jones

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Then call the movers and have them ship your belongings over. It’s time.
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Bills Owner To Fans: We’re Not Moving … Yet

The BUFFALO NEWS has a piece today that is, for everyone outside of Western New York, a little amusing and perplexing.

Buffalo Bills Tailgate Party

The Bills’ octogenerian owner Ralph Wilson held a press conference yesterday to announce the club playing a series of games in Toronto beginning next season.

Of course, the News reports that all the Toronto media cared about at the presser was if the Bills would move there permanently. And Wilson didn’t exactly dismiss the prospect in his answers to the Canadian questioners. Read more…