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Moccasins Inaugural Junior College Football Season Game Kick-Off

Jacksonville Athletic Academy Moccasins vs Myrtle Beach Collegiate

Jacksonville Athletic Academy Junior College Football

Jacksonville Athletic AcaJacksonville, Florida Sep 5, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – demy (JAA) Moccasins (Mocs) will start their Inaugural Season on Friday, September 11th at Clay High School in Green Cove Springs, Florida against Myrtle Beach Collegiate Post Grad Academy.

JAA is a junior college athletic program that serves as a launching pad for many local college football athletes. JAA is giving an opportunity for athletes that did not sign with a major university a chance to further develop their skills. JAA is also providing a second chance at college and football for some athletes that were removed from a major university program due to injuries or other life mishaps.

Having a junior college football program closer to home is a relief for many families that are unable to afford the high cost of state tuition and housing expenses. Players attend Florida State College at Jacksonville and St. Johns River State College.

The Mocs will play four home games during the 2021 season. To stay updated on future Mocs games visit https://www.jacksonvilleathleticacademy.org/schedule.

All games are open to the public at Clay High School Stadium. Gate opens at 2:00 pm, kick-off at 3:00 pm. Come out and enjoy some good wholesome college football. Admission is $10 for adults, students with ID, and children under 10 free.

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Source :https://www.jacksonvilleathleticacademy.org/schedule

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