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Mocs Volunteer at Special Olympics State Bowling Tournament
Patrick Sutton and Irvin Hernandez at the 2010 Special Olympics Tennessee Bowling Tournament.
Courtesy: GoMocs.com
Ever wonder what the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team does on its day off?  For the 2010 season, the Mocs take it easy from football on Monday's with no practice or meetings.  They use it to catch up on class work, rest up from the previous game and get ready for a tough week of practice ahead. 

Today, however, the Mocs spent their afternoon off giving back to the community.  The majority of the 87 members on the roster made their way to the Holiday Bowl in Chattanooga to volunteer for the 2010 Special Olympics Tennessee Bowling Competition. 

On a day where the team received its first national ranking since 1997, the Mocs were out in full force in their volunteer efforts.  Team members worked the alleys, helping keep score, offering assistance during the competition and showing off as the biggest cheerleaders in the galleries. 

Following the event, the Mocs gave out medals, pinned ribbons on the winners and posed for pictures with the competitors.  Be sure to check out the photo gallery at the top of the page for shots of all today's action. 

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