(Minneapolis, MN)  --  The University of Minnesota Board of Regents is expected to vote today (Friday) on a proposal allowing beer and wine sales at Gopher hockey and basketball games.  There has not been much opposition to the plan by U of M Athletic Director Mark Coyle.  The move will give fans in all seating areas access to alcohol sales.  Officials say projected annual revenue will be around 250-thousand dollars. Beer and wine are already being sold at Gopher football games.

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