It's homecoming day at alabama a&m.
For the first time ever fans were able to buy alcohol at the game.
Waay 31's alex torres-perez spoke to some fans about how they feel about the university's alcohol policy.
"we are taking it home!
Tony atchison and his family drove all the way from georgia for alabama's a&m homecoming game.
"thousands and thousands of students and alumni are coming back to the hill."
He was surprised when i told him about the university's new alcohol policy.
"i think it depends on the individual.
Basically, i think alcohol should be sold to adults."
"definitely you should be carded."
Other alumni say its about time the university sold alcohol at its games.
"not just homecoming, i think that the fact that we are all adults.
Alcohol should be sold.
Is alcohol illegal?
Angela hill believes the new policy will allow for more people to enjoy the game with family in the stands.
She says she's doesn't have any safety concerns because they are all adults.
Still, atchison says he hopes steps are being taken to make sure everyone is safe.
"we should have made preparations for everyone to have a great time, to get to their destinations safe and sound, and just make it a great homecoming festivity."
Reporting in hsv atp waay 31 news.
Alabama a&m authorized the sale of alcohol at specific events and designated locations on campus this summer.
Waay 31 reached out to the university to learn more about their alcohol policy and what steps are being taken to make sure everyone is safe.
We have not heard back at this time.
A-l dot com is reporting a number of the rules.
Alcohol will only be sold at a kiosk in the louis crews stadium concourse.
That means you will not be able to buy any alcoholic drinks at any of the current concession stands inside the stadium.
Beer will be sold once the gates are opened and sales will stop at the end of the 3rd quarter.
Fans will also not be allowed to carry their alcoholic drinks outside the stadium.
And of course -- you will be required to show a valid photo id when