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Things to know for ETSU spring football game

Johnson City Press • Apr 11, 2019 at 9:02 PM

As fans gear up for the grand finale of East Tennessee State University spring football, the Ballad Health Blue-Gold Spring Game, below is a list of Saturday items at William B. Greene, Jr. Stadium.

No. 1 – Time: The Spring Game will kick off at 1 p.m. with gates opening at noon.

No. 2 – Free Admission: Fans wishing to attend are in luck because admission is free of charge for the Ballad Health Blue-Gold Spring Game.

No. 3 – Parking: Parking will be free for the event and there will be no parking pass required EXCEPT for in Lot 19 (Tower Lot).

No. 4 – Tailgating: Tailgating will resume as normal to ensure fans will get to experience the gameday like feel. The exterior restrooms of the CPA will be open to the public as well as the restrooms adjacent to Subway inside the parking garage.

No. 5 – Concessions: Concessions will be available throughout the game.

No. 6 – Merchandise: The bookstore will be selling ETSU gear and merchandise at the event.

No. 7 – Format: The format of the Spring Game will include a combination of in-depth, on-the-field practice as well as game-like experience with four quarters of play.

No. 8 – Season Tickets: Fans wishing to buy or renew season tickets can do so on site inside the Bank of Tennessee East Entrance. It’s not too late to sign up for your season tickets to catch the Bucs in action six times at Greene Stadium in 2019. Fans interested in becoming season ticket holders can also purchase their season tickets by visiting the ETSU Bucs website. For more information concerning ticket pricing, seat locations or for any general questions about the ticket renewal system, please call (423) 439-3878.

No. 9 – Men’s Tennis: Immediately following the Spring Game, fans are strongly encouraged to attend the ETSU men’s tennis match at the Dave Mullins Tennis Complex as the Bucs will host The Citadel at 3 p.m. on senior day.

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