Neyland Stadium leftover food goes to charity

Thousands of pounds of surplus food from Tennessee home football games have gone to charity

Knoxville, TN - Neyland Stadium before the game between the University of Tennessee Volunteers and the University of Florida Gators at Neyland Stadium. Photo by Wade Rackley/Tennessee Athletics

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Thousands of pounds of surplus food from Tennessee home football games have gone to charity. Tennessee announced Thursday that 3,710 pounds of unused food from Neyland Stadium was donated to Second Harvest Food Bank during the 2013 football season. The possibility of donating unused food from other catered events is under discussion.


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