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The idea of selling beer at college sporting events is one that has been in the news as of late.  Schools around the nation continue to look at the pros and cons of possibly selling beer and try and decide if those pros out weigh the possible problems that can arise from this.  Now the University of Texas announced this week that they would start selling beer at last nights women's basketball game against TCU.  They became the second team in the Big 12 that sell beer at sporting events, joining the University's of West Virginia and Iowa State.  In 2012, West Virginia made $520,000 from alcohol sales at their events, a number that could perhaps double for the Longhorns since there would be other sports involved and the fact that Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium has a significantly larger capacity.  That brings us to our FAN poll of the day.