Gator Growl changes spur bigger show this year
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is bustling today as student organizers prepare for Gator Growl tomorrow. Gator Growl Production Director Jeff Chinnering says the stage has moved to the east side of the stadium this year.
Chinnering says fireworks are also back this year. Gator Growl starts at 7:30 PM tomorrow and gates open at 6:30 PM.
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