So by now I'm sure you've heard that West Virginia is going to be selling beer at football games, because nothing goes better with a slow-roasted couch than a nice luke warm Stroh's. While we Syracuse fans are accustomed to having beer available, this is a very big thing down there. They will be charging $7 to $9 for a cold one, which is approximately a year's salary for most WVA fans. Even at those prices, we're guessing they won't have any trouble selling some beer.
However, to safely introduce this new product line, it makes sense to implement some rules so that the game-day experience at Milan Puskar Stadium is a warm, safe, friendly one. Just ask Marvin Graves, he'll tell you all about how nice it is. That atmosphere cannot be spoiled. I mean these people have been drinking moonshine in the parking lot before games for the last 40 years. Clearly a Coors Light is something they will not be able to process.
So, via the Kegs and Eggs Blog, we bring rule West Virginia's Gameday Drinking Rules.
If we had to hazard a guess, numbers 1 and 4 seem are the run away winners for the "most violated" award. Stay thirsty my friends.