Georgia Football's New Beer Policy Is Kind Of Bonkers
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I won't say this often, but I actually feel bad for Georgia fans. This new beer policy for football game is absolutely ridiculous, per Yahoo...
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A select few people will be able to buy beer at Georgia football games. Donors in Georgia’s Magill Society who commit to donating $25,000 over five years will have the opportunity to buy alcohol at Sanford Stadium in 2019 with a really, really, really big catch.

The alcohol can’t be consumed while watching the game because of the SEC’s current rules regarding alcohol sales.
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14 Comments
You have to be one special kind of retard to want to drink alcohol at a football game. You fail at life.
Reply1 month
Why is Georgia always trying to be different? "Hey, abortion has been legal for decades, lets change that shite. Beer is legal at college football games? Let's make it the hardest thing ever to get drunk at a game. Assault weapons super easy to buy? Woah, woah, woah... that's a constitutional right, don't touch my guns!"
Reply2 months
Too bad your mom was pro-life...
2 months
Having to be drunk at a game....just don't go
Reply2 months
Yeah I’d just watch it on tv
Reply2 months
The drunks are going to be pissed.
Reply2 months
Sounds like an easy lawsuit to me.
Reply2 months
Sanford Stadium = easiest place to sneak booze into...
Reply2 months
Ridiculous
Reply2 months
Live in Georgia and have no sympathy for entitled dawg fans.
Reply2 months
Never, ever feel sorry for UGa fans Larry. Take a lap.
Reply2 months
Binge drinking during halftime and TV timeouts. :dude:
Reply2 months
We might as well invent alcohol shoes, man. Just absorb it through your feet, super discreet. It even rhymes.
2 months
They, much like the rest of the SEC, couldn't consume alcohol provided by the stadium in the first place. That's why SunBelt = FunBelt
Reply2 months
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