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The Official Blue-White Drinking Game

It’s that time of year again. The weather’s getting warmer, flowers are beginning to bloom, and most importantly, Blue-White weekend is finally upon us.

Whether you decide to go into the game or not, the tailgating scene around the stadium is on par with a typical regular season weekend. So without further ado, here is our official Blue-White Drinking Game!

  • If you’re on the #SeanCliffordforHeisman bandwagon, take a shot.
  • In contrast, finish your drink if you firmly believe it’s Tommy Time.
  • Whenever an obscure object from a neighboring tailgate game flies into your tailgate area, take a sip and throw it right back.
  • Every time somebody yells “SHOTS,” well, take a shot. This one is pretty self-explanatory.
  • If you see an underager getting busted, salute your fallen comrade and finish your drink. The same applies if somebody who’s imbibed a bit too much gets booked for public urination.
  • Whenever you see a girl in an excessively short cutoff t-shirt, chuckle to yourself and take a gulp.
  • Every time you overhear a guy mansplaining football to a girl, roll your eyes and take another gulp.
  • Take a nice, long gulp before every game of beer pong to help yourself focus.
  • When you or one of your friends inevitably gets obscenely sun burnt, take a shot to help ease the pain. Then chug a water for good measure, because this one’s going to hurt in the morning.
  • If you decide to go into the game, shotgun a beer before heading in!
  • If you stay at the tailgate, shotgun a beer anyway!

Enjoy the weekend and remember to drink responsibly.

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