KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Many of you will cheer for Big Orange without stepping foot in Neyland stadium.
"It's a fact that most tailgaters go to the game, and they don't actually go to the game itself," said Brian Weber of BA Performance and Fab. Weber of BA Performance and Fab is trying to capitalize on Tennessee's tailgating tradition.
Budget Travel named Knoxville one of the top places for college football tailgating in the country.
"I've always tailgated," said Weber. "I just always had it in my mind, there has to be an easier way to take all your stuff, and have it right there with you."
Since the economy soured his toy hauler business, Weber's been working on the Tennessee Edition Tailgate Trailer, done by Serious Tailgate. You can find more information by clicking the link below. This model is ready for food, drink or even when nature calls.
"This was one has grill, TV, stereo, a little porta-let," said Weber.
As a native Floridian, he's ready to show it off tomorrow. "This is a week, I really get heckled, but hopefully tomorrow we'll do pretty good," he said.
"In my opinion, this is a toss up," said Jim Wilkerson, a Florida fan. He's one of several Gator fans that have already set up camp near the Civic Coliseum.
"Every body's nice, it doesn't matter who wins or who loses. It's just a game," said Brenda Roux, up from Gainesville to cheer on the Gators.
Just a game, or just a tailgate, for those who opt out of tickets to choose TV and chairs instead.
"We'll do a little cooking after a while, possible a little drinking, just hang out and have fun," said Calvin Jolly, a Tennessee fan. "Easy up, got our lights out," he said. "We didn't even buy no ticket."
Just bring the goods, and watch the sun, says one Florida fan.
"Drink a lot of fluids then because it will cook you if you ain't careful. And put sunscreen on too," said Wilkerson.