SGA considers tailgate changes

Marcus Clem | Collegio Writer At the weekly Student Government Association (SGA) meeting last night, Steve Erwin, SGA adviser, pledged for a greater law enforcement presence and warned of possible rules restricting alcohol consumption at tailgating events. Sydney Ward, SGA vice president, directed the meeting, which featured presentations from Jim Johnson, athletics director and Erwin. Erwin spoke about the altercations that took place during tailgating events at the first home football game on Saturday, Sept. 8, in the parking lot of Carnie Smith Stadium. He discussed how law enforcement will increase ID checking, intoxication screening and overall presence to prevent a repeat of such disorder during the next home football game on Sept. 22. “If…