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  • Period after program.
  • Crop at light, and
  • Close up
  • Better caption and better image of students cheering them on/close up.
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    • 1. On Tuesday nights at the Magnolia fields, on the University of South Florida’s campus, anenergy unlike any other exists as students get excited for Intramural (IM) football.
    • 2. Andre Gutierrez, a USF junior, compares his Tuesday night IM football gamesto the NFL’s Monday Night Football program. “I love playing under the lightswith my friends. It’s so exhilarating!”
    • 3. “We love watching football, and we enjoy encouraging the differentteams by cheering them on out here,” says dance major Taylor Falcon(pictured 3rd from right).
    • 4. Delta Chi’s flag football team prepares for a defensive play. “I love playingthe sport I love with my friends. It brings us closer off of the field,” saysgeology major Adam Taylor.
    • 5. Alex Montieth, a USF junior, defends himself from the opposing team duringhis team’s attempt at a comeback victory.
    • 6. Students, such as Thomas, Raymond, and Nick, USFfreshmen, creatively find ways get involved in theIntramural football excitement while on the sidelines.
    • 7. Nicco Wesch, a member of the Delta Chi fraternity, and his friends getinvolved in their team’s IM football excitement by dressing up and acting asteam coaches and game correspondents.
    • 8. Intramurals also foster leadership, one of USF’s cardinal principles. Trailing 0-6,Alex Montieth inspires his team during half time. They later went on to scorein the last minute of the game and win.

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