Discussion in 'CU Gameday Fan Network' started by Buffarino, Sep 1, 2010.
I don't think they are allowed and seem to remember the police collecting them as they drove through the lot in years past.
They must have had a kickass party after-words!
Found the rules online. They are prohibited, as are glass bottles
Here's the rules if anyone else is curious:
No they do NOT allow them. I just saw them on Invesco's website
Tailgated at quite a few Broncos games and have never had anyone say anything to me about glass bottles....would be very surprised if that one was enforced
Cheap liquor is where it's at.
You will learn, grasshopper. Life's too short to drink cheap booze. :wink2:
Agreed for the most part.
They won't enforce the one-hour rule. But it's not a terrible idea. They never open up all the entry gates into the stadium for this game, and there's always an enormous freaking line to get into the stadium. It takes a good half hour just to get through the gates.
I really don't know when we'll fold things up.
I hope you're right, Sacky, but I expect a heavy police presence of over-zealous Denver cops.
I'll give anyone a beer if they ask the first cop they see if he's the one who beat up the guy walking his dogs and that's why he's on stadium duty. :lol:
Yeah, the DPD is famous for over-reactions. The tear gas incident is just one example. And while it was a bunch of CSU people that instigated that, and were the recipients of it, somehow the CU folks get lumped into that same group.
Anyway, a few years ago, we set up our tailgate next to a few DPD cops who were there to patrol the lots. I told them that they should tell anybody wearing green to find another place to park. They did. It was kind of funny.
Sacky- what is the rule on kegs up at boulder?
Kegs are not allowed in our lot (St. Aidan's), but I don't know about the lots on campus. Never tailgated there.
I've never brought one myself, but I'm pretty sure they are allowed. I *think* the Buff Bus has a sponsorship from Breckenridge Brewery and they bring a keg to every game.
It's much harder to police the lots in Boulder. They're spread out all over campus and beyond.
If kegs aren't allowed in Boulder, they don't enforce it. I've seen kegs on Franklin field, in the Farrand spots, in the lots at Regent and Colorado.
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