Georgetown News
Football - Mon, Apr. 22, 2013

Tiger football fans the wait is over to get a brief football fix. Come out gates open at 6 pm Thursday night for the Annual Orange & Black Scrimmage. Kickoff is set for 7 pm. It is the 116th meeting, with the Orange holding a 58-57 edge after a win this past spring.

Georgetown will be splitting up offense and defense this year, instead of a mixture of both on each squad.

A pig roast will be going on and the $5 charge at the gate gets you the game and food.

"It's always a good cap to the end of our spring season," said GC coach Bill Cronin. "The guys have been working extremely hard and it is fun to give them this opportunity. It is also a good chance for our fans to watch us and meet the newest Tigers."

The 2013 class will be on hand Thursday to enjoy the game and then stay for Friday and officially sign with Georgetown.

The Tigers have been practicing the past several weeks, including several two-a-days, so the players are really excited to get out and play under the lights and in front of their crowd.

 
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