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IUP offering home fans chance at $50,000 in kickoff-return contest

Bill Beckner
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IUP quarterback Lenny Williams, shown earlier this season, helped his team rally past Clarion on Saturday.

If the IUP football team takes it to the house, somebody might have enough money to buy one.

IUP is offering $50,000 to a randomly picked fan if the Crimson Hawks return the opening kickoff for a touchdown to open the first or second half of any of its five home games this season.

A name will be drawn on the Tuesday morning during the week of a home regular-season game. The lucky fan will get two tickets to the game.

The contest, known as the Kick-For-Cash Giveaway and sponsored by Reschini Group, begins Aug. 15 and runs through Nov. 4.

Fans can enter the drawing, free of charge, by visiting the Kovalchick Convention & Athletic Complex box office, Big League Haircuts, Romeo’s Pizza, IUP Student Co-op, or CNB Bank – or online at WooBox.com.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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