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10 Things You Need To Know for the Middle Tennessee Game

Nov. 12, 2015




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10 hings You Need To Know for the Middle Tennessee Game As provided by our military veterans in the accompanying video, here are 10 Things You Need to Know for the Middle Tennessee game:

Number 1: Kickoff is at noon. The game will be televised by the American Sports Network. It can also be heard on the radio at ESPN 106.3 and on our website at www.fausports.com.

Number 2: Parking lots will open at 8 a.m., so why not bring your breakfast to campus and toss the football around with your friends and family before the game starts!

Number 3: It's Military Appreciation Day at Saturday's game and all military and their guests can purchase $5 end zone seats and enjoy a complimentary pregame tailgate that starts at 9:30 a.m.

Number 4: It's the last home game of the 2015 season so we will honor the football seniors in a pregame ceremony. Make sure to get into the stadium early!

Number 5: The Owl Walk will be at around 9:40 a.m. in Lot 5, north of the stadium. Come on out and greet the FAU Owls as they arrive to FAU stadium and enter the gates.

Number 6: Courtesy shuttles will run continuously from the parking garages to the stadium beginning at 10 a.m. - two hours before kickoff - until 1 hour after the conclusion of the game. The shuttles will drop off at N. University Drive and FAU Blvd.

Number 7: Premier Deck gates will open at 10 a.m. while General Public gates will open at 10:30 a.m.

Number 8: At 10:30 a.m., the FAU Band and Spirit Squads will get fans pumped up and ready for the game with the Owl Rally, outside Gates 1 and 2 of FAU Stadium. Join us for special band and dance performances and learn cheers and chants from the cheerleaders.

Number 9: While sipping on a cool drink, enjoy the music of Nathan Mercado on the Delray Hyundai Deck during pregame and halftime. And remember, beer will be sold throughout the stadium.

Number 10: Fans will receive FAU dog tags when they enter the stadium but supplies are limited so if you want yours, you need to get into the stadium early!

Need more information? Please visit FAUSports.com/gameday!

See YOU at FAU Stadium this Saturday!

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