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Is it risky to get a flask in the shoe? Any adult beverage tips? Outside of "be an adult...."
Not that I've done it but pretty easy. Just stow it pretty good. They did ask me to lift m shirt last week ... First time ever.
There is no risk outside of the $4.50 coke chaser.
I flask pretty much every game. No worries.
I got away with 5 years of slipping a flask into a shinguard soccer sleeve on my calf and put it on the back of my leg under my knee under my jeans as a student. I'm sure a tall enough sock or even putting it on the back of your hamstring if you wear compression shorts or tight boxer briefs would work fine too. I'm not sure if they have metal detectors this season though, so choose your flask wisely!
To add to the above comments, consider a plastic traveler bottle (the slimmer 200 ml bottle). They're pretty easy to conceal as you enter the stadium.
I've flasked before, and took in the little bottles of liquor from the Buckeye Liquor store no problem. I had an inseam in my jacket to put it and go through no problem.
Insert witty remark
Is the juice worth the squeeze? Although I (ahem) have known a lot of ppl who have done it....
Tom Crean listens to Nickelback...
I've actually gotten caught. All I had to do was throw it out. It was a cheapie, so no big deal
It's actually a joke how easy it is. Smooooooth sailin, brotha.
"Winter is coming" - Urban Meyer
In colder weather, the little bottles go in thr hood on the sweat shirt.
Or between the head and wool hat
Nothing like dancing on the field in 02...
cheap plastic flask, nothing nice. Just be cool and don't be nervous. Stay deep in the crowd when moving and baggy clothes help. Just don't go overboard. You could sneak in a joint if you are good enough.
(not advocating it, just saying its that easy if you are confident)
I saw a UFO once.......it told me to have a goodyear!
joints???lol get wit the times my friend, dutch masters baby.
MICHIGAN STILL SUCKS
Leave the weed until after the game, i say. Michigan Stadium(Quiet) is what happens when you have a crowd that is high. Just look at how Eminem was acting at the halftime interview with Herbie and Musburger. We don't want fans like that.
Some of us will have enough before ... And welcome the time to sober up ...
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The postgame show is brought to you by... Christ, I can't find it. The hell with it...
May as well give the south the Nobel peace prize for this. Best invention they'll ever come up with.
for that matter just double up a zip lock. very inonative. +1
Your only risk is a leaky flask. Last year at the ttun game it appeared that I'd pissed myself and must've smelled like I was so drunk that I was pissing straight Jameson. Worst part was thanks to the leakage I didn't have enough for a second half cocktail :-(
But yeah, if your pants have pockets it's that easy to bring a flask.
Just use your prison wallet.
I almost always have one when I go to games. When I am missing football mid-spring, an ice cold rum and coke takes me back to a Saturday afternoon at the Shoe.
"Yeah, I get shit into the stadium all the time"
When I was a student at OSU, I used to take a water bottle, fill it with whiskey, and then flatten it out a bit and put the cap on it. Carried it in in my belt.
Could also put it in your sock under jeans.
I know a ton of people who have done it, don't personally know any that were caught...obviously some do get caught, as stated by the guy above.
Getting a flask in isn't hard, just use a plastic one. Two years ago we got one of the fat guys in my suite to sneak in a Camelbak bladder filled with cheap vodka under his hoodie, which made for an absolutely amazing time.
You know those pouch-style water bottle things? I know girls that sneak vodka in using those. They put them under the breasticles. An effective strategy, for sure.
When I walked in this morning and saw the flag was at half mast I thought, "Alright, another bureaucrat ate it." but then I saw it was Li'l Sebastian. Half mast is too high. Show some damn respect.
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Just about every "big game" I have been to, there is always someone in my vicinity with a flask. Never brought one in personally, but I cant say I didnt think about it
Q. "Is it risky to sneak a flask into the shoe?"
What's the worst that can happen? A. They take your flask and throw it in the garbage. Proceed to your seat.
I think the rewards outweigh the risk.
Also: I wonder if there are any cops on 11W?
At the iron bowl two year ago, had a buddy that was denied entrance, ticket confiscated etc. I don't care about the 20 buck investment, but rather the game day experience.
Thanks for the info.
I've never heard of that happening, although I'm sure it's possible. But why would they do this anyway? Because they can? That's a total crap move on their part. If I still had my ticket, I'd just go to a different entrance.
It's getting so a guy can't have any fun anymore.
Like many folk have stated above, it isn't hard to sneak alcohol into the stadium. About 6 seasons back, I duct tape a 12 pk of yuengling cans to my back and chest and walked it with a hoodie and got away with it.
Where you WILL get in trouble is if you get into the game and you think you're home free to drink at will. (As a former employee, who had a gameday operations headset and heard all of the action regarding alcohol in the stadium) You will get booted from the stadium and potentially arrested (depending on your intoxication level) if an usher or police officer spot you with your flask in your seat.
If you're in c-deck, probably nothing to worry about. If you are in A or AA, they will watch the crowd because they just look down and scan.
My advice, use one of the above mentioned ways to get the alcohol into the stadium, and then hit up a restroom to mix your drink.
EDIT: Also, avoid the belt line, I was asked earlier this season to lift my shirt up so they could see my waistline.
"They don't know what they don't know." - Coach Mick
I have a cell phone flask. It comes with a holster and everything. It's not quite as big as a "Zack Morris" phone, as to not give you aways. But the antenna unscrews and that's where you drink/pour from. If you follow these step-by-step instructions you won't get caught.
1. Unscrew antenna of you cell phone flask.
2. Act like you're fielding a call while simultaneously checking out the security situation
3. When all is clear move the cell phone flask from your ear to your mouth and enjoy your beverage
4. Move the cell phone flask back to your ear and conclude your "important phone call"
5. Place your cell phone flask back in its holster
6. Yell something obnoxious like: "GET OFF YOUR KNEES REF, YOU'RE BLOWING THE GAME!"
This flask is undetectable. :)
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Your highest chance of being searched is coming in at any of the student sections or being profiled as a student. I like to sneak in 2-4 mini bottles of Captain Morgans and mix it in with my Coke. I've found creative ways to hide the minis but I've never been searched anymore than a simple and quick pat down.
Leave the Crown at home and go with the Evan Williams in case your caught.
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