#2 Ranked Marian University Knights Take on #1 Ranked Saint Xavier Cougars Saturday

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Huge collegiate football match-up has implications for the post-season.
The #2 ranked Marian University Knights football team will take on the #1 ranked Saint Xavier University Cougars on Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 1 p.m. The game will be played at St.Vincent Health Field on the campus of Marian University.   This epic battle of Mid-States Football Association (MSFA) Mideast League rivals features two dominating, undefeated teams who have both had record-shattering seasons. The game winner will claim the Mideast League title and likely take the #1 national ranking and home field advantage throughout the 2011 NAIA Football National Championship Series, which begins November 19, 2011.   Tickets are available for $5 at the gate. The game will honor hometown heroes and feature a food drive to "Feed Indy" in conjunction with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.   Parking On-campus parking will be available only to those with Marian University parking tags, e.g., students, faculty, and staff or special permits approved by Marian University Police Department. All others will be directed to park at the nearby Islamic Center of Indianapolis lot across from St.Vincent Health Field on 30th Street. The parking fee is $5 per car.   Tailgating Tailgating is allowed in designated lots on campus with a parking tag only. NOTE: season parking pass purchasers are given priority; single game tailgate spots are wait-listed. No charcoal grills will be allowed and alcohol will be permitted only in designated tailgating areas or at catered events. For more information about tickets, parking, and tailgating, contact Joe Polizzi at 317.955.6265.     The game will air LIVE on theKnights Football Radio Network beginning at 12:45 p.m. with Dr. David Pierce (p-b-p) and Caleb Keller (color) calling all the action.

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