College football fans will not be allowed to bring their charcoal grills, coolers or anything else that looks like a tailgate to SoFi Stadium for the college football playoff national championship on Monday.
According to the parking section of the SoFi Stadium website, on-site tracking will not be allowed before the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and TCU Horned Frogs.
However, it seems that the directive comes from the College Football Playoff.
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Typically, SoFi Stadium, the home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers, allows for tracking on “the designation of parking lots and other areas for ticketed guests who have purchased a tracking pass.” The website also mentions that it is for “select events”, which are usually soccer games.
College football and tailgating are two peas in a pod, but for the biggest game of the year, fans won’t be able to do what they’ve done all season at their respective schools.
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It’s expected to be an exciting game in SoFi when the Horned Frogs and Bulldogs take the field.
TCU pulled off the biggest upset in a College Football Playoff game, defeating the Michigan Wolverines, who didn’t lose a game all season, 51-45. TCU was never behind in the game.
But they were considered eight-point underdogs when they took the field, which is one point higher than No. 4 Ohio State in 2014 when they beat No. 1 Alabama as seven-point underdogs.
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Led by Heisman Trophy candidate Max Duggan and running back Emari Demercado, the Horned Frogs’ offense is deadly and can score in many different ways.
Stetson Bennett, who was also a Heisman Trophy nominee, has been here before with his Bulldogs teammates. They won it all last year, beating Alabama, and they’d certainly like to keep that trophy in Athens.
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It will still be an all-day party in Los Angeles before kickoff, but fans will have to find another way to do it instead of the conventional tailgate.