Offtopicland. This still isn't the place to discuss politics, religion, or hot-button social issues, however.
Is beer served at games played in NFL stadiums (e.g. M&T Stadium this weekend)?
I believe someone asked this question the other day. someone may have answered it then.
What's the point of even replying if you aren't going to mention a thread or link to that response?
Because if someone's lazy enough not to do a search for it, I'm not gonna waste my time to find it for them.
Yet you have time to make a completely useless response to it. Makes sense.
Don't know what's pissing you off today . A quick search of beer would have warranted a thread titled beer - navy game created 3 days ago. If you find it that important I'm letting him know he can search for it where people have probably come up with some answers of interest.
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Here is the link to the thread that Chicagobuckeye mentioned....
There. That was easy. No need to get your panties in a bunch, gentlemen.
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I would say no based on the fact at the B1G Champ game they did not. Some jargon about 'Ncaa" rules and such.
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Not that it really affects you but Minnesota is serving beer at its games now that the Vikings are sharing the stadium.
"Attack the Strong, Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead!"
-Former OSU S&C Coach Lichter
That will make myntrip up there all the better!
...would be more useful if the search actually answered the question.
If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. ~ Bruce Lee
Just a thought on the beer topic....Right now, it's BYOB or liquor at Ohio Stadium. In my opinion that is fantastic and works great. I drink at every game for gas station / liqour store prices. Hell, I practically did an Ithaca beer tasting in C Deck at the Penn St. game last year. Once the profit taps open, all that happens is you get the privelage to pay $10 for a crappy draft beer. Searches will also be increased upon entrance to the stadium. Getting into NFL stadiums is a pain in the ass.
Long live GEE and BYOB!!