With underage drinking a problem on campuses, the SECs vote to allow alcohol sales at football games is a classic example of putting profit before principle.
A cardinal rule of parenting is you must walk the walk. Dont tell kids not to do something and then do it yourself.
That stumbling sound last week was the Southeastern Conference trying to walk a fine line on drinking alcohol. The league put profit over principle and voted to lift a ban on serving alcohol at sporting events.
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