From ISU sports information:
AMES, Iowa – With warm temperatures predicted for Iowa State’s Saturday night season opening football game against Northern Iowa at Jack Trice Stadium, fans are being reminded to prepare accordingly for hot conditions.
The 7 p.m. kickoff time was intentionally chosen because of potentially warm weather in late August.
Officials are encouraging fans to try and stay hydrated by drinking sufficient amounts of water before, during and after the game.
To assist with that suggestion, fans will be allowed to bring unopened bottles of water or empty, reusable beverage containers – which can be filled at drinking fountains on both concourses at Jack Trice Stadium – through entrance gates. Concession stands will be stocked with approximately 26,000 for-purchase bottles of water, far above normal levels.
ISU Police will also implement the following measures outside the stadium for pre- and during-game activity:
The anticipated temperature for kickoff is in the mid-80s or low-90s.
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