Bearcat Bowl + Free Video

Saturday night at 7 p.m. the University of Cincinnati football team will finish their spring work as they prepare to enter summer conditioning for the 2007 season with "Bearcat Bowl" an interactive experience for Bearcat fans. Here is a look at what you'll see along with some special free video clips from head coach Brian Kelly and the team captains for the game.

Bearcat fans get ready for some football Brian Kelly style.  Since taking over as head coach of the Bearcats fans have heard about his high flying offensive attack and for the first time will get a chance to see it in full effect. 

But while the game action is what many will come to see, the University of Cincinnati has made sure to make the event one to remember with several special events.  Admission for Bearcat Bowl is "FREE" so bring out the whole family as the weather looks to be great.

Special Bearcat Insider Bearcat Bowl video (FREE).




UC Football Youth Clinic

3:30 p.m.

Bearcat players and coaches will be on hand to give instruction to youngsters in the eighth grade or under.  Youngsters will go through drills and meet Bearcat players and coaches at this event.

Catittude Sheakley Lawn

5:30 p.m.

What's football without a pregame tailgate and the Sheakley Lawn provides the perfect place for Bearcat fans to gather as they prepare to cheer on the Bearcats to victory.  A cookout and interactive activities for young and old will be ready to engage fans prior to game time.


If you've renewed your season tickets for 2007 the University of Cincinnati will have a very and I mean very special gift awaiting you at the Pavilion located on Sheakly Lawn.  During the game, season ticket holders may pick up their gift at the ticket windows on the west side of the Richard E. Lindner Center.  You won't want to miss this gift!


Unlike the previous springs this year will have the Bearcats game ready with 60-minutes of football with real NCAA scoring.  Each quarter will last 15-minutes as the Bearcats show off what they've learned this spring.

Fans will also play a part in the game as they'll have a chance to be the head coach and call a play.  The CATSVISION screens will prompt fans to call for either a "RUN" play or a "PASS" and the coaches will run the appropriate play based on the majority of cards showing the choice.

If you can't make it out to Bearcat Bowl I you'll have the chance to listen to Tommy G call the play-by-play, while former Bearcats Deontey Kenner and Jim Kelly provide insights and analysis of the action on

Remember admission is "FREE" with parking costing only $3.00 throughout the campus.

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