Last week, we told you about the NFL’s new safety policies concerning bags that will be in effect for UK’s game against Western at LP Field. Now, it looks like the folks at UK are adopting a similar policy, albeit a little less severe. From UK’s release about the new safety policies at Commonwealth Stadium:
Beginning with Kentucky’s 2013 home opener against Miami (Ohio) on Saturday, Sept. 7, backpacks and large bags are prohibited from entering Commonwealth Stadium. Fans will be permitted to bring in one small bag, no larger than 13.5 inches by 10.7 inches. The bag must fit within sizing bins at all entrance gates of the stadium. UK officials are encouraging fans to arrive early and bring as few items as possible into the stadium.
Still confused? Check out the handy diagram at the top of this post.
Also, if you’re coming to Nashville, LEAVE THE PURSE AT HOME! Fans will be allowed to bring in a small clutch (no longer than 6″) or carry their belongings in a gallon-size freezer bag or a clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bag that does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”. Seriously. This is how I feel about that: