One of the greatest things about college football is the atmosphere that surrounds each game with rowdy, passionate fanbases that go above and beyond to support their team.
On Saturday, two of those fan bases will travel to Los Angeles for a national championship matchup as the TCU Horned Frogs and Georgia Bulldogs will face off in SoFi Stadium, the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers.
However, before you crazy Frogs fans start to pack up the truck with all your tailgating equipment, you might want to take a peek at the College Football Playoff’s official site and see their policy on tailgating. There, you will find the greatest travesty of the bowl season, in the form of one sentence.
“Tailgating will not be allowed in any SoFi Stadium parking lot.”
Now, before you go screaming about the NFL or SoFi Stadium ruining the atmosphere, the rule seems to have been created by the College Football Playoff.
For NFL events, the SoFi official stadium website states that tailgating is “allowed in designating parking lots and other areas for ticketed guests who have purchased a tailgating pass.” So, the College Football Playoff is the one responsible for ruining all the fun.
The good news is, the game is still going to be played and the Horned Frogs will have a chance to go out and win a national championship.