The University of Minnesota brought in more than $907,000 in alcohol sales at TCF Bank Stadium this season.
Gross sales for each of the Gophers’ seven home games averaged $129,610, University officials said.
The University is working on a budget report on the stadium’s alcohol sales factoring in expenses, which associate athletics director Scott Ellison said should be finished within the next few weeks.
The University’s athletics department will receive any revenue generated from the alcohol sales.
Ellison said the University sold between 12,000 and 13,000 cups of beer at each game — way up from the projected total of 7,000 cups per game. He said the total number of servings from the season is not available yet.
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