For many sports fans, tailgating is a pre-game ritual. There's no rulebook, but generally speaking, adequate preparation includes binge drinking and shoveling hot dogs down your throat like you're at Coney Island on the 4th of July.
But have you ever wondered how professional athletes prepare for big games? Surely they don't funnel beer in the parking lot like the rest of us.
I'm sure some athletes stretch, or pray, or listen to music, but up-and-coming English striker Ashley Young has his own routine. I'll give you a hint... it rhymes with dastermashun.
That's right, for Ashley, pre-game preparation involves three things: a cheap webcam, an unsuspecting voyeur, and no pants. I guess that's technically two things, but you get the picture.
I really doubt that's what the coach had in mind when he asked the team to work on ball handling.