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Tailgates, rituals and attire: Game day in the SEC

Saturday, November 26, 2011 | 12:01 a.m. CST; updated 3:42 p.m. CDT, Thursday, August 30, 2012
Alabama fans cheer at a 2007 game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. While students at SEC schools are known to dress up, attire at Alabama games runs from very casual to dressy. Fans wear a lot of Bama gear, said Calvin Brown, the university's director of alumni affairs.

Missouri's switch to the Southeastern Conference brings a whole new way of looking at game day.

Here's how a football weekend stacks up at the other 12 teams currently in the SEC. Texas A&M will join the SEC with Missouri for the 2012-2013 season.

The material came from university alumni centers, athletic departments, sportswriters, restaurant owners and spirit-wear retailers.

Click on the school name to read more about tailgating, rituals and attire for game day or read about all the schools on a single page.

University of Alabama

University of Arkansas

Auburn University

University of Florida

University of Georgia

University of Kentucky

Louisiana State University

University of Mississippi

Mississippi State University

University of South Carolina

University of Tennessee

Vanderbilt University

 


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