From The Daily Progress
The University of Virginia announced Thursday that it will join a growing number of colleges around the country this fall in selling alcohol at home football games.
According to a press release, beer, wine and hard cider will be sold at beverage gardens located inside the east and west gates of Scott Stadium. The gardens will open to the public 90 minutes before kickoff and also will include water and light snacks.
Ok, we gotta step this up. I get that we have the 'beer garden' now available, but it's not inside the stadium.
UVA's is very limited - consuming only in the beverage gardens, and not in the stands. so it's still kinda restricted.
Also of note... say goodbye to The Adventures of Cavman...
» There will be no more Adventures of Cavman prior to the team's entrance. A new opening video will act as a prelude to the Cavalier on horseback galloping onto the field.