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ASU Tailgating: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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The ASU student body tailgated before the university's win over USC on Saturday night in classic ASU fashion. The win ended an 11-game losing streak to USC and seemingly continued ASU's streak of drunkest and most disorderly tailgate parties. 


While most of the fashion was limited to maroon and gold, we took note of a few standouts. The Good's above, The Bad and Ugly are after the jump and the rest of the ASU action is right here...

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