College football season is upon us, and that means one thing – tailgating.
Some colleges are more friendly and open to tailgating, where drinking, smoking and partying takes place.
Other colleges are not so liberal.
So, real estate brokerage firm Redfin examined several factors that make a great tailgating party.
The company used a mythology that included the Walk Score of each stadium, the success of the home team, revenue of the football program and the stadium’s capacity.
Ohio State Buckeyes were ranked as #1, thanks to the sheer size of their 100,000 capacity stadium.
Take a look at the top 10 tailgating schools:
1 – Ohio State Buckeyes (Columbus, OH)
2 – Alabama Crimson Tide (Tuscaloosa, AL)
3 – Louisiana State University Tigers (Baton Rouge, LA)
4 – Oklahoma Sooners (Norman, OK)
5 – Michigan Wolverines (Ann Arbor, MI)
6 – Texas A&M Aggies (College Station, TX)
7 – Georgia Bulldogs (Athens, GA)
8 – Wisconsin Badgers (Madison, WI)
9 – Auburn Tigers (Auburn, AL)
10 – Penn State Nittany Lions (State College, PA)