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Kent State 2014 Spring Football Game and Youth Clinic for April 26

Posted April 21, 2014
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Young fans show support for the Golden Flashes football
team during a game at Dix Stadium. Kent State University’s
2014 spring football game and youth clinic will take place
on Saturday, April 26, at Dix Stadium.

Beef O’Brady’s is the sponsor of Kent State University’s 2014 spring football game and youth clinic on Saturday, April 26. Both events are free at Dix Stadium.

The Golden Flashes will take the field at 1 p.m., culminating the 15-session spring season with an annual scrimmage. Live action can be heard on 640 AM WHLO and WHLO’s iHeart station with Ty Linder and Rob Polinsky.

Kent State’s football and cheer clinic begins at noon and is open to kids, ages 4-14. Children can learn football fundamentals, cheer routines and life skills, such as teamwork and sportsmanship. To register, call Dennis Watson at 330-672-8830.

All participating members of the youth clinic will receive meal vouchers courtesy of Beef O’Brady’s. Make sure to stop by the Brimfield Beef O’Brady’s, located in the Cascades of Brimfield (3975 Cascades Way, Brimfield) shopping plaza before and after the spring game.

On Monday, April 21, Water Street Tavern will host a Spring Football Radio Show. Beginning at 5:30 p.m., fans can meet Kent State coaches, cheerleaders and Flash. Linder and Kent State Head Football Coach Paul Haynes will go on the air at 6 p.m. Giveaways and prizes will be available throughout the show, including a signed Kent State football helmet.