Friday, January 28, 2005

Best Tailgaters To Converge At Super Bowl

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Rice and ribs, not touchdowns and tackles, may decide the winner of this year’s Super Bowl.

During the last three consecutive Super Bowls, the outcome of the Jack Daniel’s Great American Tailgate Party cook-off – which pits cooks who support the two Super Bowl contenders against each other – has predicted the outcome of the Big Game.

That only will add to the pressure felt by Mike McLane – team captain of the “Philly Bootleggers” – and Greg Loiselle – captain of “The New England Grill Masters” – when their cooking teams face off in Jacksonville, Fla. on Feb. 4 and 5.

Still, each six-person tailgating team figures they have a good shot at winning the contest.

McLane’s cooks will put their spicy Jambalaya up against Loiselle’s team’s ribs, which the Patriots’ fan claims are “the best in New England.”

The tailgating masters will get a reprieve from their duties on Super Sunday though – they get to go to an NFL-sponsored tailgating party and attend the game.

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