Waves of cheering from Williams-Brice Stadium clue in tailgaters that a critical play is about to unfold on their television. The game seems to be broadcasting on a five to seven second delay.  (Backrow l-r) Elizabeth Christmus and daughter, Sarah Christmus, (front row l-r) Jill Bardin, Lauren Salyer, all of Columbia and Greg Paxton of Lexington, watch closely trying to predict what might be coming.  Lauren Salyer has been tailgating at USC football games with her family since she was a child and prefers to watch the game from the parking lot.  "It's cooler out here and I can actually see what's going on," says Salyer.
Waves of cheering from Williams-Brice Stadium clue in tailgaters that a critical play is about to unfold on their television. The game seems to be broadcasting on a five to seven second delay. (Backrow l-r) Elizabeth Christmus and daughter, Sarah Christmus, (front row l-r) Jill Bardin, Lauren Salyer, all of Columbia and Greg Paxton of Lexington, watch closely trying to predict what might be coming. Lauren Salyer has been tailgating at USC football games with her family since she was a child and prefers to watch the game from the parking lot. "It's cooler out here and I can actually see what's going on," says Salyer. The State
Waves of cheering from Williams-Brice Stadium clue in tailgaters that a critical play is about to unfold on their television. The game seems to be broadcasting on a five to seven second delay. (Backrow l-r) Elizabeth Christmus and daughter, Sarah Christmus, (front row l-r) Jill Bardin, Lauren Salyer, all of Columbia and Greg Paxton of Lexington, watch closely trying to predict what might be coming. Lauren Salyer has been tailgating at USC football games with her family since she was a child and prefers to watch the game from the parking lot. "It's cooler out here and I can actually see what's going on," says Salyer. The State

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October 03, 2009 12:00 AM

The art of TV tailgating

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