I'm going to tell you a sad story...
Last football season, I met a couple of my girlfriends at a bar before a Seahawks game. I put my purse on the counter and my friend said, "I don't think you can bring that bag into the stadium. I think it's too big." I looked online, found some numbers, and decided my bag wasn't that big and it would be fine. Fast forward, and I had decided I would just take the necessities out and leave the purse with my friend who wasn't going to the game with us. I forgot.
We waited in line for at least 20 minutes, and finally got to where they were screening people. I got to the last lady before the door, and she said, "Ma'am, you can't go into the stadium with that bag, it's too big." First I tried to argue. I said, "I checked online and the website says this is ok." She didn't care. She said, "Well I'm sorry, it's not." "So what am I supposed to do?!" She turned her head and eyed the big garbage can right next to me. I didn't have another option. We had walked so far and waited in line. My house was a 20 minute uber ride. I grabbed the important things and put them in my friend's bag (that was the appropriate size and see-through), and I threw my purse in the garbage. It was my Rebecca Minkoff Mac bag.
The moral of the story...don't do what I did! The stadiums (even college stadiums) have so many requirements for bags now. They have to be a certain size and they prefer that they're see-through. Little Earth has literally everything you could possibly imagine needing for game day, for your favorite home team AND your favorite college team.