Month: August 2011

Great College Football Road Trip Destinations

Whether you are a die hard college football fan, or you just love the carnival like atmosphere of the games, nothing could be more exciting than visiting your favorite University for a home game. To make the most of your time, make it an entire weekend and have a chance to explore the off campus environments of cities like Austin, Knoxville, and Ann Arbor. Just be sure to wash off the face paint in your team’s colors before entering the museum, okay?   University of Texas, Austin   There might be no other state more closely tied to football than Texas, so it should come as no surprise that a Longhorns home game is something you won’t want to miss. In Austin, live music and exciting bars are all part of the build up to big games, and to gain rapport with the local residents, just make the horns sign with your hands to instantly gain a new friend. Be sure not to miss the Austin State Capitol Building, which is completely open to the public. And in true Texas fashion, stands 14 feet taller than even the Washington D.C. Capitol Building.   University of Tennessee, Knoxville   Head to the giant Volunteers stadium, which holds well over 100,000 fans in a truly unique way. Forget tailgating at the end of your truck–true Volunteers supporters arrive by boat along...

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