Beer part of college football’s corruption

By CHARLIE SMITH,

Admittedly, selling beer at college football games, as the growing trend is this season, will probably reduce the number of alcohol-related fights and other problems in the stands. That’s because at the same time universities are beginning to sell hard drinks, they’re restricting ways that fans have long used to sneak it in.

 
 
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