September 14th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

While Oklahoma State and Tulsa now both sell beer at home football games, the University of Oklahoma has avoided doing so to general patrons, though it serves brew in luxury suites. But OU president James Gallogly said during Thursday’s Board of Regents meeting he plans on making a recommendation at a later date to regents about beer sales at athletic events. The next OU regents meeting is Oct. 29-30 at Cameron University in Lawton. In June, OU athletic director Joe Castiglione said there was no plan to sell beer at athletic events, but Gallogly said the school has been recently studying positives and negatives. Tulsa began selling beer ahead of the 2016 football season. Oklahoma State, after a test run in baseball last spring, began sales at Boone Pickens Stadium for the Sept. 1 season opener against Missouri State. -Tyler Palmateer, Norman Transcript, Read More

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