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UTSA Football Fiesta Spring Game is April 15 at Alamodome


UTSA football team runs onto the field at the Alamodome

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(April 11, 2012) -- The second annual UTSA Football Fiesta Spring Game presented by Health Texas will be played at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 15, at the Alamodome. Parking and admission to the game is free.

Parking lots will open at noon. Tailgating will be allowed and concessions will be open during the game.

The game concludes the spring season, which consists of 14 workouts that began March 20. The offense and defense will compete against each other in a pre-determined number of plays decided by the coaching staff.

Fans can attend the Free Kids Zone in the North Plaza, as well as take pictures with Rowdy throughout the day. An autograph session with the team will be on the field immediately after the game.

For a chance to win a tailgate parking pass for the 2012 season, fans can click the "Tailgate Parking Pass" tab on the UTSA Football Facebook page. The winner will be announced at the Spring Game.



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