PULLMAN, Wash. -

WSU football fans hoping to grab a beer in Martin Stadium will have to hold out awhile longer. The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board wants more information before making what it calls a "precedent-setting" decision.

WSU hoped to start selling beer throughout the stadium this fall. While dozens of other colleges nationwide already sell beer, WSU would be the first college in Washington to do so.

The liquor control board discussed the matter at a meeting Tuesday, but had remaining questions. It wants to ensure public safety concerns are addressed. The board will now ask WSU to provide statistics from other schools about what's happened after beer sales are allowed.

WSU estimated beer sales could bring in $1 million each season, but have already missed one home game. It's extremely unlikely the board would make a decision before Saturday's game against Idaho.

The next home game after that is October 1st against Oregon.