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From Indy to Detroit, 'fowling' winning fans as tailgate pastime
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From Indy to Detroit, ‘fowling’ winning fans as tailgate pastime
It’s a combination of football, horseshoes and bowling, and its invention was an accident. It’s called fowling and it's become a fond pastime of tailgaters in Detroit and Indianapolis.
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