State of Texas Announces 2022 Spring Football Game and Fan Fest Details – Reuters

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SAN MARCOS — In just over a week, Texas State Athletics released details for the Spring Football Game & Fan Fest presented by Bud Light, featuring a post-game autograph session, preview of pre-game signers -match 2022, and more. Participation is free and open to the public.

The first look at the Texas State football team will begin at 11:30 a.m., but a number of events will take place before and after the doors open at 9:00 a.m.

Prior to the Bobcats’ spring game, the T Association will host its annual flag football game at 9 a.m. Texas State alumni are expected to participate in the event, and Bobcat fans are encouraged to watch.

Between the T Association Flag Football Game and the Spring Game, all fans are invited to attend the Texas State Signee Preview at 11 a.m. at Gowens Pavilion. Hosted by the Bobcat Club, fans can learn more from head coach Jake Spavital about the new 2022 signing class for the upcoming season. Light food and beverages will be available during the event.

Starting at 10:30 a.m., fans can also participate in the Texas State Jersey Sale. The cash-only sale will include $10 items and will be located in the Gowens Pavilion.

During the Spring Game, fans will be immersed in the action with in-game interviews from players, coaches and other notable attendees to learn more about the team and what’s to come during the season.

After the game there will be an autograph session with the Bobcats on the field for all the fans.

The Katzengarten and Coca-Cola Fun Zone will also be open and accessible to all fans throughout the game. The Fun Zone is a family zone and will have bouncy houses, a face artist, and more.

Due to construction on the west side of Bobcat Stadium, the east side entrances will be open (gates 6 and 8) for fans to enter the stadium as well as gate 1 near the Gowens Pavilion on the south west side of the stadium . Parking and tailgating will be open on both sides of the stadium, but fans are encouraged to park in the east parking lot to be closer to the open entrances. Parking is free for all fans.

For fans who cannot participate in the game, they can listen to the radio show on The Varsity Network and Clint Shields and Geff Gandy will have the call, with the pregame show scheduled to start at 11 a.m.

The spring football game is part of a big weekend at Texas State, including an exhibition volleyball game against Texas at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 7 and a three-game baseball series between the two top Sun Belt teams in the Bobcats and Georgia Southern. The game against the Longhorns and Bobcats is free for all fans. The first game of the baseball series is scheduled for Friday at 6 p.m. while Saturday’s contest is after the spring football game at 2:30 p.m. The series finale is at noon on Sunday.

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