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BOO! AT BERLOHR
Capital University Athletics has partnered with additional CU organizations to bring Halloween to football fans a day early! Come to Bernlohr Stadium and The Capital Center in your Halloween costumes this weekend to enjoy some Cap Football, a community trick-or-treat, and a halftime costume contest for all ages!
Capital Football (3-4, 3-3 OAC) will be kicking off with Baldwin Wallace University (2-5, 1-5) at 1:30 p.m. at Purmort Field at Bernlohr Stadium. The Crusaders look to bring back its frightening offense and spook the Yellow Jackets out of the park. But before you get into the game …
TRICK OR TREAT
Kids of all ages are welcome to join Cap Athletics and a group of organizations will be hosting a trick-or-treat in Moe Lounge, inside The Capital Center. Bring your scary (or not-so-scary) costume and make our hosts choose between you performing the trickiest of tricks, or a sweet treat as a reward. We'll be there from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., then just funnel into the stadium to catch some Cap Football!
Moe Lounge is located on the second floor of The Capital Center. Simply head up the steps and make a left to the open space. You'll know it when you see it!
Special thanks to Kappa Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Beta Fraternity, and Sigma Alpha Beta for their generosity and help in hosting!
HALFTIME COSTUME CONTEST
Since you are all dressed up, enter to win a small gift basket for best costume in the stadium! Our halftime costume contest is open to ALL AGES (yes, ALL)! We will host an adult (18 and up) and children (under 18) division, and put your costumes up to a fan vote to see who is the best!
To enter, meet Chelsea Kempton in Moe Lounge just before halftime. We'll take all of our contestant down and select three in each division to be put to a FAN VOTE for best costume. Our top three will all receive a goodie bag, but our winners take home a treasure trove of candy, free Cap Football tickets for the home finale, and a Taco Bell gift card.
WATCH THE COLUMBUS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND MARCHING BAND!
The Ohio State School for the Blind Marching Panthers will be performing at the start of halftime of the Capital Football game. Featured on ESPN by award-winning writer Rick Reilly, the OSSB Marching Band will perform an entertaining routine for fans that has also been performed at the Tournament of Roses Parade in California, the Lions Club International Parade of Nations in Seattle, Washington, and has even dotted the "i" with The Ohio State University Marching Band.
CUSSM TWITTER PHOTO CONTEST
The CU Society of Sport Management is at it again. Take to Twitter and take your silly, school-spirited, fanatical photos and post them to Twitter for a chance to win a Bob Evans gift card. Be sure to use the hashtag #CapHalloween so we see it! We'll select and announce our winner between the third and fourth quarters!