KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The Southeastern Conference lifted its longstanding ban of alcohol at campus sporting events in May, leaving it up to the individual schools to determine their own policies.

The new policy will go into effect on August 1, 2019, just in time for football season.

So what will each SEC school do? 

University of Tennessee -Yes

UT has selected a vendor and obtained beer permits for Neyland Stadium, Thompson-Boling Arena (TBA), and Regal Soccer Stadium.

Beer was served for the first time at the Alice Cooper concert at TBA on August 3. UT called it a trial run on alcohol sales and said it was a success.

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UT officials have not said yet when beer sales could start at football games this fall.

Vanderbilt University - Yes

Vanderbilt Stadium will sell alcohol during football games beginning August 31, according to a press release from the university's athletics department. 

“Not only will this game day initiative enhance our fan experience, it will provide additional resources to invest in our mission of helping our student-athletes succeed on and off the field, such as through facility enhancements and in other areas,” Vanderbilt vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs Malcolm Turner said in a press release. 

The release says fans will be able to choose from a "variety of domestic and imported beers."

Beer will be sold at the four main entry gates, as well as The Bridge area. Craft beers will be sold by the north end zone. 

University of Alabama - No

According to a statement from Linda Bonnin, VP of Strategic Communications, “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.”

University of Arkansas - Yes

Beginning with the 2019 season, fans attending football games at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium will be able to purchase beer and wine in public areas of the stadium. Alcoholic beverages at Razorback football games have been available since 2014, but previously have only been available in suites and private club areas. The program will now be expanded to create availability for the purchase of beer and wine to fans 21 years or older within designated public areas in and around the stadium.

Auburn University - No

Auburn president Steven Leath  told Auburn Undercover they don't plan to sell alcohol in general seating areas.

University of Florida - Probably not this season

No official announcement has been made, but all indications are that there will be no change to the alcohol policy in The Swamp for this season.

University of Georgia - Only with a big donation

Georgia will be selling beer at football games, but at this point, only those who donate $25,000 or more to the university will be able to buy it. No word on if that could change in the future.

University of Kentucky - No

News outlets report University of Kentucky athletics director Mitch Barnhart said the school doesn’t want to change the general seating environment, instead preferring to keep it family-friendly. The school already sells alcohol in premium luxury suites.

Barnhart said he will continue to listen to fans on the issue. He said the school will monitor how public alcohol sales go in conference schools that have decided to sell, but that he doesn’t want to reevaluate the issue every year, according to the AP.

Louisiana State University -Yes

Beginning in the fall of 2019, beer and wine sales will be available for fans ages 21 and over inside Tiger Stadium. Aramark, LSU Athletics’ concessionaire, will sell a variety of domestic and imported beer as well as red and white wines at most concession stands inside Tiger Stadium. The sales of alcoholic beverages will end at the conclusion of the third quarter in football.

University of Missouri - Yes

On August 9, the university announced that they will sell beer and wine in Memorial Stadium during football games.

Mizzou Athletic Director Jim Sterk said in a statement, "As part of this move, fans can also expect an increase in game-day messaging and education with regard to responsible consumption and sober driving."

.Mississippi State University - Probably not

No official statement issued by the university, but state law in Mississippi prohibits the selling of alcohol on college campuses, so it's unlikely at those point.

Ole Miss - Probably not yet

“I wouldn’t anticipate it happening for football this fall just based on timing alone,” Ole Miss interim athletic director Keith Carter told the Spirit. “We would leave the door open that maybe later in the academic year, if the timing works out and we decided it’s the right thing to do, that that door would be opened at that time.”

Ole Miss can get around the Mississippi state law banning alcohol on campus because they have achieved a "resort status" exemption, according to SI.

University of South Carolina - Not yet

South Carolina will not change its alcohol policy in general areas of Williams-Brice Stadium this season, athletics director Ray Tanner told the Post and Courier. However, that could change in the future, he said.
Texas A&M - Yes

The Aggies were the first SEC program to announce that it will sell beer and wine in general seating areas at Kyle Field starting this fall.