INFO PACKS  -  XAVIER FOOTBALL

2017 game vs Wautoma - latest post  

These items are most helpful regarding Xavier Football.   If you are not familiar with these packs, see the Important Notes below on this web page.  You can always  find a link to this INFO PACKS page on the MEDIA CENTER page or on the FOOTBALL page, in the black header above, on this XavierHawksSports.com web site.

  

NEW :::::  Print the pack, if you want a hard copy.  Unlike past years when the Info Packs stayed on the web site all season and beyond, this year the previous material will be deleted from this site a few weeks after the newest pack is posted.

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NOTE: Choose OPEN IN A NEW WINDOW ...  if you want to *keep open* this web site, AND then open the Info Pack, via the link below that you choose:

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2017 Friday Oct 20

GAME 10 -- MEDIA- INFO PACK LEVEL 1 VS WAUTOMA - PDF

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GAME 9 -- MEDIA - INFO PACK AT WAUPACA - PDF

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GAME 8 -- MEDIA - INFO PACK AT FVL - PDF --- APPLE BOWL

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IMPORTANT NOTES:

Allow PLENTY OF TIME to download each Info Pack, as some have 20- or 25-plus pages. Each is a pdf. Traditionally, the Info Pack for the next game is posted by sometime on Tuesday or Wednesday of Game Week.

    

The pack has the Xavier roster and pronounciation guide, assorted details about the two teams, the conference, key stats, history-series info, tid bits, year-by-year recap, and, well, you get the idea. While originally designed to accommodate the media's need for info, the packs are well-received by Booster Club members, parents, players, coaches, alumni, etc.
    
In previous years, the packs were printed in a hard copy and distributed; these packs will now only be available on-line... in a PDF file. To view these packs, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer. If you do NOT have it, you can easily download it, free of charge, from the Adobe web site. They offer it free to anyone, because people like us pay big bucks for their program to "create" files using Adobe... which we use because it's so easy for you to then read and/or print the file.

    

GO HAWKS !!!!!