As a gun owner I am with you in support of the Second Amendment. But just as you can't use your constitutional right to free speech to incite a riot due to public safety, I am thinking that maybe a public university could ban guns in their stadiums due to safety concerns. If a gun was discharged in a stadium and an innocent bystander was hit, that would open the university up to liability issues would it not? If people in the stadium heard a gun go off and it caused a stampede for the exits and people were injured then that would also open the university up to potential lawsuits. Now I think I understand your viewpoint that you might need a gun to protect yourself or others from someone else who had a gun and was "illegally" sneaking a gun into a stadium to kill someone. But to stop this kind of person from entering the stadium should be the job of security personnel at the gate entrances, but I know people up to no good can still avoid security. I don't think the issue is so clear cut. Are their limits on the rights in the Bill of Rights or are they absolute? I am sure constitutional lawyers could argue this both ways. I don't know what the legal precedents are. Maybe one of our legal experts could chime in and give their opinion. I would like to hear it.