Purdue students, faculty and staff with an itch to place a little money on sporting events will not be able to bet on games that involve the school’s athletics teams, according to a report from WLFI.

On Thursday, the Purdue University Board of Trustees voted unanimously to ban students, faculty and staff from placing bets on the Boilermakers moving forward. The decision comes in light of the new legalized sports gambling law in Indiana.

The new policy is expected to be in place by Purdue’s Oct. 19 trip to Iowa. There are still some final adjustments that need to be made to the policy.

This new ban will include any wager placed on the game across the United States, as well as online betting apps.

Faculty and staff who are in violation of the policy could face termination. The school is currently working with the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities to develop guidelines and consequences for students who violate the policy.

Purdue University President Mitch Daniels said this will solely focus on the new gambling law in Indiana. It will not include “the bracket in the dorm thing,” Daniels said.