For many football fans, the experience of a college game starts after the first Beer and Braught are purchased inside the gates of the stadium. Beer sales have not been allowed at three Idaho Universities in the past year, but that could change...maybe. 

Boise State University, The University of Idaho, and Idaho State University all have an incentive to the State Board giving the all clear for alcohol sales at home football games this upcoming fall season. Last year both of the big schools in the state, BSU, and U of I requested the rights to sell beer at designated areas near the stadium but were denied. In Boise, the site would be the Caven- Williams Sports Complex, and up north in Moscow students and fans would purchase the beer pre-game at the UI "Fan Zone."

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If and when...cross your fingers...the vote is passed the Board will also be taking on the question of where is the appropriate place for fans to BYOB in the parking lots and if Campus and City Police will be spending time monitoring the intake before the games. The Board will hold its meeting in Coeur d'Alen this week on Thursday.

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