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Football Ends Friday with a Blocked FG

Sept. 11, 2009

BOCA RATON, FL - Florida Atlantic University's football team had a rare Friday practice as Saturday's bye draws closer.

Practice began under the threat of a storm with kick return drills. By its end the team moved to 7-on-7 with the back drop of the men's soccer match versus Howard, the national anthem and a flag raised half staff in honor of those who lost their life September 11, 2001.

The Owls then worked on team drills and scripted plays before dividing into the offensive one's versus the defensive two's and the defensive one's versus the offensive two's. Early on, fullback William Rose broke through the defensive line for a big gain. Towards the end it was Tavious Polo who had an interception and later it was Polo who picked up the blocked kick for the return.

FAU will not face off against another university on Saturday but will return to the Oxley Center at 9 a.m. to begin the day's work. A time for work on the field has not been released.

Boca Raton area "Watch Parties" for South Carolina has been set for the Deerfield Duffy's. For out of town watch parties please visit the FAU National Alumni Association's website.

Coach Schnellenberger will take part in the FAU Sportspage Radio show at the Boca Raton Ale House (Yamato Road) this 7 p.m. Thursday. ESPN760 is the Flagship station for both the FAU Sportspage and all game day coverage.

South Carolina
7 p.m. Saturday, September 19 in Columbia, SC. Fans can also watch the game which will be included as part of the ESPN Game Plan Package.

$12 - Crunch Zone
$18 - Sidelines

Season tickets are available for the 2009 football season and include five home games against SBC foes ULM, MTSU, ASU, WKU and non-conference opponent, University of Wyoming.

Ticket packages have remained consistent in price for the second-consecutive season. Secure your season tickets today for as low as $56 and receive a Back-To-Back Bowl Champions Nike Hat. Offer only applies to new season ticket purchases.



Take the family to Lockhart Stadium to enjoy FAU Owls football, food and fun. The Family Four Pack includes four crunch zone seats, four hot dogs, four sodas, four bags of chips and four FAU stadium cups for $55.

FAU fans bring neighbors, office employees, clients and friends out for an action-packed FAU Owls football game. Create an elegant and memorable event for groups of 15 or more at Lockhart Stadium. All group purchases include a hot dog, chips and a soft drink per ticket.

$12 per ticket (Crunch Zone)
$18 per ticket (Sideline)
Tickets can be purchased at 1-866-FAU-OWLS (1-866-328-6957) or at

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