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Clear bag policy will be enforced at Saturdays football game

This year the University of Missouri will be enforcing the clear bag policy for football games, which has been mandated by the SEC starting this year.

The policy states that any bags brought into the stadium must be completely transparent and of certain sizes. Bags that are not transparent are only allowed if they are 4.5″ x 6.5 or smaller, which essentially fits credit cards and IDs. You can find descriptions of what is and is not allowed here.

Mizzou Football games will be the only sporting event where the clear bag policy is enforced this year. Director of Event Management Tony Wirkus said the possibility of enforcing the policy at other sports is a topic of discussion.

Keystone, the company providing staff to work entrances and more at the game, is still looking for about 30 people to work this Saturday. Director of Event Staffing Mike Cosentino says they are hoping to have about 400 employees for this weekend’s game.

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