No Keg Law Takes Effect
The new no-keg rule is fine with him. He said he's been there and done that.
"I've been to keg parties, I've done kegs myself, and we're not out of control. It's more of who's out of control and who's not," Hoffmeister said.
But his sentiments are not echoed by everyone. A lot of younger football fans said the whole thing is absurd.
"The keg law only affects the students because do you see the police patrolling where all the scholarship donators are? Like c'mon, they're not there. They're, they're down at the fraternity tailgates making sure that, ya know, that they have, you know, cans and making sure they don't have too many cans," tailgater Tom Kissell said.
Even though kegs are not allowed at tailgating events, there were a few people who broke that rule. The University Police would not comment on the new law. Many fans are waiting to see how strictly the new rule will be enforced with football season in full swing.