The first home game for the UTC Mocs is Saturday. The kick-off happens at Finely Stadium and there will be a Block Party for Mocs fans. This means some roads will be closed: -Reggie White Boulevard between West 19th Street and the entrance to the Skate Park. -Chestnut Street between West 19th Street and West 17th Street. -And West 19th Street between Chestnut Street and Reggie White Boulevard. Those roadways will all be closed from 6:00 AM to midnight Saturday for the UTC Football Game Block Party.
To get you ready for the Mocs game, UTC is hosting a Pep Rally Friday! And there's a special color the team wants you to wear for support. The pep rally begins at noon at Miller Plaza. Tickets for the game will be on sale there and the first 50 people to buy one get a free WHITEOUT t-shirt. Fans are asked to wear white at Saturday's game to show support for the Mocs when they face Jacksonville State.
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