Opening the flood gates

You can see where this is headed.

Over/under on when beer sales commence in beautiful Sanford Stadium?


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15 responses to “Opening the flood gates

  1. paul

    Great. Not only will the lines at the concessions be longer and slower but the patrons will be inebriated and obnoxious to boot. Or, I should say, more inebriated.


    • Noonan

      It took my wife 45 minutes to get a coke during the South Carolina game this year. It would be hard to get drunk at that rate.


    • PTC DAWG

      Just have separate BEER carts…no issues…just do it.


    • DawgPhan

      chances are they would have to hire people with a license to sell booze. No more 4-h club and high school band kids behind the counter. This might actually have benefits beyond getting a cold beer at the game. You might actually be able to buy a drink and not miss a quarter of the game doing it.

      Also the concessions at the basketball games sucks as well. It must be the Georgia Way.


  2. Hogbody Spradlin

    I’m all for it. Buurrrrrp.


  3. It’s not a matter of “if”, just “when”. Eventually, the lure of those extra dollars will be too strong to ignore. I will be surprised if it’s not a part of Ga/Fla before it gets to Sanford. Just what the Cocktail party doesn’t need!


  4. Scott

    Creature Comforts and Terrapin on tap? I’m fer it.


  5. Otto

    I’m not for it and I usually think blue laws are some of the dumbest things on the books. I have not been a fan of the attitude at NFL games and would feel this would help move the college game in that direction. Besides could you imagine the line at the urinals when you pop the seal?


  6. Puffdawg

    If you guys aren’t supporting this after watching our offense last season, then I question how much of you actually watch our games.


  7. Debby Balcer

    Can’t wait to have beer spilled on me. So not in favor of this.


  8. My guess is that this would prevent a number of people from getting completely shithoused before games in order to maintain their buzz as long as possible while stuck in the stadium.

    Or maybe that’s just my hope. I’m no teetotaler by any means, but I personally don’t drink before or during Georgia games unless I’m watching them from home or a bar. As much as it costs to attend a Georgia game, I want to pay close attention to everything that happens on the field, and I want to be able to remember it afterward.


    • Bazooka Joe

      I usually have a few beers prior to the game – not too many though. And if its a cold weather game then a little bourbon does make its way into the stadium with me….