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Homecoming Preview | The Gustavian Weekly

By The Weekly Staff | September 27, 2019 | News

After a close loss to No. 4 ranked St. John’s University, the Gustavus Football team is hoping to rebound in this year’s homecoming matchup against No. 8 ranked Bethel University.

The team enters the contest with a record of 2-1, while Bethel boasts a perfect 2-0 record.

In last year’s homecoming game the Gusties defeated the Concordia Cobbers by a score of 27-14 and the team is hoping for similar success this year.

This year’s homecoming game is set to kickoff at 1 p.m. this Saturday.

The Campus Actvities Board has a number of events surrounding homecoming including Boom Boom Bingo, Insomnia Cookies, and the annual homecoming rave.

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