What It Takes To Become The Ultimate College Football Superfan [Infographic]

Around Labor Day, when summer is coming to a close and the leaves begin to change, College Football Superfans across the United States dust off their grills, give their team-inspired-custom-tailgate school bus a fresh wash and bring their Superfan gear out of the closets to gear up for another season of parking-lot tailgating. The true test of a Superfan is the time and dedication they devote to their team. These particular fanatics of the parking lot go above and beyond what typical people know about tailgating, all for the sake of their selective schools.

We’ve compiled the best Superfans spanning the country. These aren’t you ordinary fans who  on some body paint and call it a day. These are the week in and week out bleacher warriors who hold attendance, dance, spirit and even tattoo tradition records. Today we salute football’s best Superfans.

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