The city of Knoxville, Tenn. has raised the stakes in a dispute with Aramark, claiming that the Tennessee's alcohol vendor at Neyland Stadium is not only responsible for beer served at the facility but also for unruly behavior by fans. According to a report by the Knoxville News Sentinel, the city is seeking to suspend beer sales for a minimum of 60 days next season with the possibility of suspending Aramark's license altogether.

The city had filed a complaint against Aramark this season over three instances of beer being sold to underage fans, which has expanded in scope to include general disorderly conduct on Volunteers gamedays as well as incidents that occurred under previous Aramark permits.

Aramark had filed a motion to strike portions of the complaint, claiming the company does not control the stadium premises or have the authority to eject patrons.