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Since it is at PBS, it is off campus and not subject to campus laws. It would also be a huge money maker.
Would love to actually buy a beer in a stadium while watching my Bucks play.
From what I read, it is not a violation against NCAA laws.
-1%- 0.00% chance that OSU will allow alcohol at a spring game.
This post was edited by AlphaBuckeye06 18 months ago
It's really not even about campus. No Big Ten sponsored event can have alcohol sales.
When minny played in the Metrodome they couldn't sell beer. Now in the club section at the Schott they allow it, but I guess that's because it's a "private" section.
The RANT is a Romper Room for Degenerates - jwe
Not disagreeing with anyone but they sell at bowl games. How is this any different? Same Buckeyes playing at a pro stadium just like when we go to bowl games.
True dat. You'd think there would be a loop hole here somewhere. Imagine the money they could make.
I had a buddy that use to work at the Big Ten offices and he explained it to me... It's confusing and it may have changed, but because the Bowl game isn't hosted by the Big Ten they could.
Also something about if the Big Ten is the host of NCAA tourney games there is some rule about those... Can't remember exactly.
Well that makes the odds @ 100% they don't sell it then.
If uncle Mikey boy can sell 8.75 brews,he is doing it!!!!!!
It was many years ago when I was at the metrodome for a game...back in the mid 80's and they didn't sell beer then. Maybe that changed.
But...normally the spring game is basically free or $5.00. Is there a charge for tickets this year? Will they have assigned seats?
Who cares isn't nice to be at a sporting event where there aren't drunks everywhere! Besides you can tailgate before the game. That's more fun than spending $10 for a beer anyway. I was kinda bummed about the game not being in Columbus but it will an opportunity to visit my nephew who is an event planner and DJ down there!
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