July 15th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

As the SEC representatives assemble for this week’s SEC Media Days, one of the hot topics of conversation for some schools will be whether or not beer and alcohol will be sold in SEC stadiums this fall. As most probably expected to be the case, LSU is heading in the direction of opening the taps for fans this upcoming season. Athletics Director Scott Woodward admitted it is already one of the worst-kept secrets with the program right now. Speaking to members of the media at SEC media days in Alabama, Woodward confirmed LSU will be selling beer and wine at football games in Tiger Stadium this season, although a formal announcement with specific details will be revealed later this month. The SEC officially lit the green light for SEC institutions to make their own decisions regarding beer and other alcoholic sales at sporting events on campus with a revised alcohol policy during the spring meetings. – Kevin McGuire, collegefootballtalk.nbcsports –  Read More

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