Dec 5, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bearcats running back Ralph Abernathy (1) rushes into the end zone for a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Louisville Cardinals at Nippert Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bearcats Spring Football Game This Saturday

2013 ended in a massive disappointment for the Cincinnati Bearcats Football team. Saturday begins the recovery from 2013 and the start of the 2014 season at Paul Brown Stadium.

Spring is in the air (kind of), that means it is time for the Bearcats annual spring game. This year it will not be held at Nippert Stadium due to ongoing renovations and expansion. Instead it will be held at the home of the Cincinnati Bengals, Paul Brown Stadium.

The game will start at noon Saturday, gates will open at 11am. If you would like to tailgate you can begin that at 10am in any of the open parking lots around the stadium. The game is free to attend for everyone, parking will be $5, lots D, E and F will be open for parking.

Saturday’s game will feature 12 minute quarters, a 15 minute halftime. The game will be officiated by American Athletic Conference officials, home of the Bearcats for the 2014 season.

Fans that will be attending the game will be limited to seating on the east side of the stadium. Concessions will be open on that side of the stadium, beer will be sold. According to GoBearcats.com beer sales will be cut off at 1:30pm.

The first team offense featuring quarterback Gunner Kiel will face the second team offense first. Then vice versa, the second team offense will face the first team defense. Don’t get confused when you’re watching tomorrow.

If you have free time Saturday go down to the stadium, watch a really good football team finish their spring practices. If this game is like spring games of past there are plenty of things to do, the Bearcats are great at getting fans involved, especially kids if you have them.

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