The defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes have become the most recent football program to announce that they will begin the sale of alcohol at games this season.
Ohio State announced that they will begin selling beer and wine at their home games this season. Unfortunately, it won’t be for all the fans at the games. Only fans sitting in the suites and club seats will have access to the vendors.
Ohio State announces they will begin selling beer and wine in Ohio Stadium's 81 suites and 2,700 club seats.
— Tony Gerdeman (@TonyGerdeman) August 21, 2015
The Buckeyes are just one of the many schools that announced this monumental event over the summer. The school joins Texas and Maryland as just some of the schools that will sell beer and wine at their games this year.
Although all the fans won’t be able to partake in the drinking of alcoholic beverages in 2015, it is at least a start for Buckeye fans. At least they won’t need to drink because their team is terrible; I hear they are going to be pretty good this year.
The Ohio State Buckeyes open their home slate against Hawaii on September 12.
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