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Today, the LDS Institute will be a throwing a pep rally for the upcoming home football playoff game. Members of the football team will be present to hand out free Chick-fil-A sandwiches to students attending.

Weber State’s athletic director, Jerry Bovee, head football coach, Jay Hill and the WSU cheerleaders will also be in attendance at the pep rally. LDSSA president Macey Quigley explained the purpose of the event.

“This event is just going to be fun. We are so excited to have the football team, cheerleaders, coach hill, and the athletic director joining us. We want it to be like a pep rally to get the student body pumped up for the big football game Saturday.”

The pep rally is for the Wildcats, who will host Southeast Missouri State for the second round of the FCS playoffs on Saturday at 2 pm.

“What the students have to look forward to over this event is good food, good people and some good old fashioned school spirit. There will be free Chick-fil-A sandwiches given out to the first 800 people. It starts at 11:30 and will go until all the food is gone,” said Quigley

Quigley mentioned how everyone is invited to attend the event. The Institute is located on the north end of campus across the street from the Wattis business building and the construction of the social science building.

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