Apparently, there is a little football left to be played at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium this year.
Providing those at the lower levels of college football and others seeking added exposure, four games are being played this weekend at the facility.
On Friday, players from the U.S. and Europe went at it on the gridiron, the teams clashing in the 2016 edition of the Euro-American International Scout Football Game.
Part of the National Scouting Showcase, the game allows free agent players one last opportunity to impress scouts, along with providing them quality competition to pad their resumes.
A Saturday tripleheader will whet the taste of local gridiron fans, as top players from the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Division II, Division III and NAIA ranks take to the field.
At noon, Division III’s top seniors will play in its all-star game. Shortly after that game concludes, Division II all-stars will match wits with their peers from the NAIA.
The nightcap will be the Football Championship Subdivision Senior Scout Bowl, with kickoff set for 7 p.m.