Fans at some of this weekend's New Jersey high school football games will be allowed to tailgate, but they'll have to leave the alcohol at home.
The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association on Monday said that it bans tailgating, but spokesman Michael Cherenson clarified Tuesday that it's up to venues to decide.
MyCentralJersey.com reports that MetLife Stadium and Kean University parking lots will be open for tailgating, but both stadiums will follow the NJSIAA's ban on alcohol. Rowan and Rutgers universities are following the NJSIAA's request for no tailgating.
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