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Texas A&M Approves Alcohol Sales at Kyle Field

The first domino has fallen.

Texas A&M announced Thursday Kyle Field will offer beer and win to the general public beginning in 2019. A&M is the first school to approve stadium-wide alcohol sales since the prohibition was lifted by the league at the SEC Spring Meetings.

“This is another way we are enhancing the amenities at Kyle Field,” interim Director of Athletics R.C. Slocum said in a university release. “We are extending the availability of alcohol beyond the premium areas which have had this option for many years. Fans, 21 and older, will have the option to purchase alcohol, regardless of seating area.”

Kyle Field will set last call for the end of the third quarter.

A move applauded by many, it’s quite a 180-degree turn from the school’s chancellor, who said this back in 2015.



Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

8 Comments for Texas A&M Approves Alcohol Sales at Kyle Field

  1. peaches76
    1:46 pm June 13, 2019 Permalink

    But the projected profits from the sale of said alcohol left him numb.

  2. Headhurts
    2:11 pm June 13, 2019 Permalink

    So what he saying is fans in the club level section needed the numbing effects of alcohol for quite some time now. Cheers!

  3. ClutchCargo
    2:23 pm June 13, 2019 Permalink

    So I guess they finally reached the point of needing the numbing effect of alcohol? People on their moral high horses are so confusing.

    • runningunnin.454
      2:24 pm June 13, 2019 Permalink

      They need to be numb to ignore the nerds in their white atm uniforms.

    • ClutchCargo
      2:29 pm June 13, 2019 Permalink

      I need to be numb just to see that on tv. Ha!

    • runningunnin.454
      2:40 pm June 13, 2019 Permalink

      Yep, cringe city; definitely an eleven on the weirdometer.

  4. J. Did
    4:50 pm June 13, 2019 Permalink

    KENTUCKY Football breaks the color barrier in the late 1960’s.

    Texas A&M Football breaks the alcohol barrier nearly 50 years later.