1. Bears Fan Fest

Make sure to check out Fan Fest before the game. Fan Fest features a beer garden, live music, inflatables, and other activities making it the perfect place to hang out before the game.

2. Pride of the Rockies

The Pride of the Rockies create the majority of the atmosphere at Bears football games and are a can’t miss part of any game. The band puts on a fantastic performance, so enjoy their tunes throughout the game.

3. Klawz

Don’t miss Northern Colorado’s mascot Klawz at the game. Klawz gets into all kinds of shenanigans during the game, and if you see him in the stands, make sure to give him a high-five.

4. Northern Colorado-North Dakota Rivalry

Northern Colorado and North Dakota had a fierce rivalry during the two teams days in Division II, and since the Fighting Hawks moved to the Big Sky in 2012, the rivalry has been renewed. You won’t want to miss it when these two longtime rivals square off, so make sure to be in attendance when UND comes to town.

5. UNC Cheer Team

The UNC Cheer Team keeps the crowd pumped up throughout the game with their cheers and chants. Join in and help give the Bears as much of a home field advantage as possible.

6. Sugar Bears Dance Team

Stay in your seat when you see the Sugar Bears Dance Team take the field. The Sugar Bears Dance Team will dazzle you with their routines making them one of the best parts of any Northern Colorado football game.

7. Northern Colorado-South Dakota Rivalry

Northern Colorado had an intense rivalry with South Dakota during the two teams time in the North Central Conference. The Bears and Coyotes haven’t met since 2010, but the rivalry will be renewed with a home and home series in 2018 and 2019. Don’t miss it when the rivalry is rekindled as you’ll be in for a good match up.


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