Youth Football Invited to Glass Bowl

The University of Toledo Football Program is opening the doors to the Glass Bowl to local youth football programs on Thursday evening. This fall youth football players will be able to take the field at the Glass Bowl from 5:30-6:00pm. If you are a parent or coach of youth football in the Toledo area, read on for more information.

The University of Toledo Football Program is opening the doors to the Glass Bowl to local youth football programs. On Thursdays this fall, youth football players will be able to take the field at the Glass Bowl from 5:30-6:00pm.

Youth football players (grade 3-8) in Toledo and the surrounding areas will spend a half hour with a UT position group and the coach of that position. Each week a different position will be able to take the field and get instruction from Rocket football players and coaches. This Thursday the Rocket quarterbacks and QB Coach Scott Satterfield will be working with youth quarterbacks.

The purpose of this youth football opportunity is to get the youth in the community excited about Rocket Football and football in general. If you are the parent of a youth football player in grades 3-8 or a youth football coach and are interested in attending, please RSVP to UT's Director of High School Relations Andy Boyd. He can be reached at Andrew.Boyd3@utoledo.edu. Stay tuned to Rocket Digest each week for information on which position will be focused on for that week.

Note - Because the Colorado game is on a Friday night, there will not be an instruction session that Thursday.



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