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College Football Programs That Sell In-Stadium Beer & Alcohol at Games in 2019 NCAAF Season

David Hayes
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Prior to 2018, 40 of this year's current 130 FBS Division I college football programs offered in-stadium beer and alcohol and sales at their games. Fast forward to September 2019, and that number nearly doubled to 78.

After the conference lifted its ban on in-stadium alcohol sales in late May 2019, SEC schools are the latest names to join "the party" and the number of schools that allow their college football fans to buy in-stadium beer has climbed to around 60 percent.

Colleges That Sell Beer & Alcohol at Football Games

The following list was last updated on Sept. 14, 2019:

- Air Force

- Akron

- Arizona

- Arizona State

- Arkansas

- Arkansas State

- Ball State

- Boston College

- Bowling Green

- Buffalo

- Cincinnati

- Colorado

- Colorado State

- Florida Atlantic (FAU)

- Florida State

- Fresno State

- Georgia State

- Hawaii

- Houston

- Illinois

- Indiana

- Kansas

- Kent State

- Louisiana-Lafayette

- Louisiana-Monroe

- Louisville

- LSU

- Marshall

- Maryland

- Memphis

- Miami (FL)

- Miami (OH)

- Middle Tennessee

- Minnesota

- Missouri

- Navy

- Nevada

- New Mexico

- New Mexico State

- North Texas

- Northern Illinois

- Ohio

- Ohio State

- Oklahoma

- Oklahoma State

- Oregon

- Oregon State

- Pittsburgh

- Purdue

- Rice

- Rutgers

- San Diego State

- San Jose State

- SMU

- South Alabama

- South Florida (USF)

- Syracuse

- Temple

- Tennessee

- Texas

- Texas A&M

- Texas State

- Texas Tech

- Toledo

- Troy

- Tulane

- Tulsa

- UAB

- UConn

- UMass

- UNLV

- UTEP

- UTSA

- Vanderbilt

- Wake Forest

- West Virginia

- Western Kentucky

- Wyoming

Colleges That Have Approved Beer & Alcohol Sales But Have Not Implemented Them for 2019 Football Games

The following list was last updated on Sept. 14, 2019:

- Appalachian State

- East Carolina (ECU)

- NC State

- North Carolina (UNC Chapel Hill)

- Charlotte (UNC Charlotte)

Colleges That DO NOT Sell Beer & Alcohol at Football Games

The following list was last updated on Sept. 14, 2019:

- Alabama

- Army

- Auburn

- Baylor

- Boise State

- BYU

- California

- Central Michigan

- Clemson

- Coastal Carolina

- Duke

- Eastern Michigan

- Florida

- Florida International (FIU)

- Georgia

- Georgia Southern

- Georgia Tech

- Iowa

- Iowa State

- Kansas State

- Kentucky

- Liberty

- Louisiana Tech

- Michigan

- Michigan State

- Mississippi State

- Nebraska

- Northwestern

- Notre Dame

- Old Dominion

- Ole Miss

- Penn State

- South Carolina

- Southern Miss

- Stanford

- TCU

- UCF

- UCLA

- USC

- Utah

- Utah State

- Virginia

- Virginia Tech

- Washington

- Washington State

- Western Michigan

- Wisconsin

Total Schools With In-Stadium College Football Game Beer & Alcohol Sales by Conference

The following list was last updated on Sept. 14, 2019:

American: 10 (83.3 percent of conference)

Mountain West: 10 (83.3 percent of conference)

C-USA: 9 (64.3 percent of conference)

MAC: 9 (75.0 percent of conference)

ACC: 7 (50.0 percent of conference)

Big Ten: 7 (50.0 percent of conference)

Sun Belt: 7 (70.0 percent of conference)

Big 12: 6 (60.0 percent of conference)

SEC: 6 (42.9 percent of conference)

Pac-12: 5 (41.7 percent of conference)

Independent: 2 (33.3 percent of Independents)


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