Last year the University of Texas approved the sale of alcohol during Texas football games, and apparently that was a profitable decision.
The Houston Chronicle reported Wednesday that the University of Texas earned more than $1.8 million dollars this fall selling alcoholic beverages.
The Chronicle reports that Miller Lite was the popular choice, selling $494,000 worth of beer. The only thing that was more popular at concession stands than Miller Lite was bottled water, the report said.
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