An example of Maximum Tailgating? Delicately scoring a lime wedge using a machete. Feens is back, with Old Hickory in hand, whipping up beverages before the game. Reminder: You have until midnight tonight to send in your gadget ideas!
Nothing but a sad, bean-less (i.e., joyless), pathetic attempt at maximum tailgating. Eddy D. knows this. Watch the video to learn what outrageous delights (whole pig, anyone?) made his Maximum Tailgate menu. Then, tell Eddy your maximum tailgating gadget fantasy.
Maximum Tailgater Eddy D. has been sifting through your gadget ideas, and they are pretty impressive. But he needs, wants, craves, dreams about more. Well, at least when he's not dreaming about the succulent skin of grilled meats.
Eddy D., Maximum Tailgater, has a large friend named Feens. Feens wants to show you the gigantic custom grill attached to the Big Blue Bus on which he can char-broil an entire pig. We ask: can you out-tailgate Feens?
Dedicated 100% to partying, the Big Blue Bus is the ultimate Maximum Tailgate Machine. Watch as Eddy D, owner of the Triple B, describes some of the state-of-the-art features in his converted churchmobile. Then send him your great gadget ideas!
Eddy D, Maximum Tailgater and owner of the Big Blue Bus, is challenging you to top his tailgating gadgetry. Watch the video for contest details and to see Eddy be fed a stalk of asparagus by a hot chick.
Michael W. and friends built this portable sports bar that folds up into a trailer. Comes complete with air conditioning, lights, ceiling fans, sinks, speakers, XBox, flatscreen TV, and bar stools. See it in action here!
Buffalo Bills fan David L. and posse made this 6,500-pound wood-burning pizza oven on wheels in the shape of a Buffalo Bills helmet—complete with facemask.
Alex R. and friends came up with the idea for a BBQ trailer made out of the front end of a 1985 VW Jetta GLi. Of course!
Football fan Tyler M. crafted a badass rendition of a typical "stereo-cooler," featuring:
ASU Sun Devils superfan Bonnie J.'s tailgate trailer boasts two plasma-screen TVs, a Wii, a bathroom, a built-in kegerator, a grill, a kicking stereo system, and a 2,500-watt generator.
University of Maryland Terrapins fan Jason S. modified his beer pong table with a U of M logo made of 1500+ beer caps, school-spirit-y red LED Lights, then sealed the whole thing with epoxy bar top resin.
Steve S., Rutgers tailgater and creator of this combo cornhole/beer pong gaming table, says: "I took a set of cornhole boards, painted and modified them so they could also become a beer pong table. Kills two birds with one stone."
Niners, Giants, and Berkeley fan Trey D. built this fully-loaded BBQ trailer from the ground up. It has 2 charcoal grills, one covered gas grill, a hot plate, 4 propane burners, a huge prep area, a smoker, and a sink.