July 13, 2010
DEKALB, Ill. - Attention ladies. Do you want an opportunity the man in your life can only dream of? Third-year head coach Jerry Kill will give you an inside look into the NIU football program when he hosts his second annual Football 101 Women's Clinic July 27 at the Jeffrey & Kimberly Yordon Center and Huskie Stadium.
The program, which runs from 5-8 p.m., is informative, interactive and more importantly fun. Participants can enjoy drinks and appetizers while interacting with NIU players and coaches before heading into the McCareins Auditorium for a film study with Coach Kill. Attendees will then split into small groups where Huskie players will breakdown the different positions and tour the football locker room. The evening culminates with on-the-field training demonstrations.
Along with gaining a betting understanding of the game of football and the NIU football program, participants will also receive a Football 101 playbook, T-shirt and group photo.
Registration is $40 and all proceeds directly benefit Northern Illinois student-athletes through the Huskie Athletic Support Fund. For more information and to register for Football 101, contact the HASF at 815-753-1923. You must be 21 years of age to attend.