Alabama releases statement following SEC's decision to lift ban on alcohol sales
The big news exiting the Southeastern Conferences spring meetings came when the league announced alcohol sales will no longer be banned on its campuses.
However, just because the SEC is now allowing schools to sell alcohol, that doesn’t mean all the schools plan to do so.
Following the news, Alabama has released the following statement suggesting alcohol will not be sold in Bryant-Denny Stadium next season:
“This new policy allows each campus to decide what is right for them. These guidelines will be helpful as we move forward and have future conversations. We have one of the best game-day atmospheres in the country, and we don’t envision making changes at this time.”
Do you agree with this decision?