SEC Lifts Alcohol Ban

SEC Championship - Missouri v Auburn

The conference presidents of the SEC voted Friday to lift a ban against selling alcoholic beverages at its stadiums and arenas during athletic events.

The ban on the sale of alcoholic drinks was in place for 30 years, the only exception being in premium seating areas such as luxury boxes. The policy does not require the schools to sell the drinks, but it now gives them the option.

Here are the alcohol cutoff rules for each sport:

End of the third quarter in football games

Second 12-minute television timeout during men’s basketball games

End of the 3rd quarter for women's basketball games

Top of the seventh inning in baseball games

Top of the fifth inning in softball game

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