Madison (WKOW) -- from UW-Madison: In an effort to promote a safe and positive environment inside Camp Randall Stadium, the Offices of the Dean of Students will be conducting its "Show and Blow" program near the student gates ahead of the Ohio State game on Saturday, Oct. 4.
The program impacts only students who have been ejected from Camp Randall for alcohol-related reasons, requiring them to come to all subsequent games completely sober if they are underage or legally sober if they are of age.
Students who have been ejected voluntarily agreed to participate in the program to retain the privilege of coming to future Badgers games. Sobriety is measured by a breath test.
Students who are in the program can participate after 6:15 p.m., according to assistant dean of students Ervin "Kipp" Cox.
"Football games are an opportunity for our university community and Badger fans from everywhere to gather, celebrate and demonstrate support for our team in a manner that is a shared, positive experience," he says.
This season, the program has one important change in that it is electronically tied to student ticket vouchers and not the individual using the voucher.
If a student season ticket holder in the Show and Blow program allows another person to use his or her voucher, that person is also required to comply with the program.