UNC Charlotte Rally for Football

There will be a rally in support of college football at UNC Charlotte on Tuesday, Sept 16. Tomorrow, basically.

We’ve been all over the news. Here’s three related articles about, and I hope you enjoy it. You can see Job Fickett and Tim Ernst on the FOX news video!

We’ll start at 6:30 at the Belk Tower and go from there. We won’t be marching to Dubios’ house anymore, but rather he will meet us at Transamerica Field.

Jim Utter’s Goldmine article.

“Charlotte 49ers students and organizers of the Charlotte Football Initiative are planning a show of support for the addition of a football program.

The rally, dubbed “March to the Endzone”……”

FOX News (with video goodness).

“UNC Charlotte may be one of the largest Universities in the state,but it lacks one of the most exciting sports this time of year, football….”

CLTBlog post.

“On Tuesday, September 16, 2008 at 6:30pm, University of North Carolina at Charlotte students who are interested in bringing football to UNC Charlotte will rally at the Belk Tower located on Charlotte’s campus and march to Chancellor Dubois’ house and present a make shift field goal as a sign of their desire to bring football to UNC Charlotte. The rally will take place…”

Charlotte Observer

“Hundreds are expected to rally for football at UNC Charlotte on Tuesday, two days before Chancellor Phil Dubois is due to submit his much-anticipated recommendation to the university’s trustees on whether to start a football program.

Dubois has said nothing publicly about..”

See you all out there!!!!!

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Posted on September 15, 2008, in School, Sports, UNC Charlotte and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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