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If you are a football fan, get ready for a thrilling game that will be played in your town. Two of the best football teams, Kentucky Wildcats and Ohio Bobcats will be playing against each other. Representing University of Kentucky, Kentucky Wildcats are a member of the Football Bowl Subdivision and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Currently, under the coach Mark Stoops, the team is all set to take down their rivals. To be a part of this match, get Kentucky vs. Ohio Bobcats tickets and be there at the stadium.
Kentucky Wildcats play their home games at Commonwealth Stadium Kentucky, which is almost always jam-packed with the teams' supporters, who never miss a match. They play in their standard blue and white attires and some of their top rivals are Louisville Cardinals, Tennessee Volunteers, Indiana Hoosiers and Mississippi State Bulldogs. If you are a fan of the team, don't forget to be there at the stadium to support them.
A member of the Mid-American Conference at the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Ohio Bobcats are no less in popularity. They play their home games at the Peden Stadium. Representing the Ohio University, the team has won eleven Conference titles and three Division titles. The team has Frank Solich as the current Head Coach, Tim Albin as the Co-Offensive Coordinator, Jimmy Burrow as the Defensive Coordinator, Scott Isphording as the Co Offensive Coordinator, and Jesse Williams on the Defensive Line.
The Bobcats have also garnered many awards and achievements. Players like Russel Kepler, John Fekete, Lenny Sadosky, Dick Grecni, Robert Harrison and Vince Costello have made it to the National Football League. Other talented members featured in Ohio's All Americans include Gerald Moore, LaVon Brazil and Matt Weller. Recently, the team has been in limelight for its rivalry against the Marshall, Idaho and Eastern Illinois. Some other upcoming games of the team include matches against Minnesota and the Southeastern Louisiana.
So, if you are a fan of football and want to be part of a football match live at the stadium, this is the ideal opportunity. If you wish to support your team, do it at the stadium this time around. For that, book your Kentucky vs. Ohio Bobcats tickets right away.