So the program is going the Josh Rosen route and trying to entice students with a hot tub.
In their season opener against No. 7 Washington on Sept. 1, the
The Friday night prime-time matchup is meant to be a kickoff to Labor Day weekend. The hope is to make state natives feel they are at a summer beach home while giving others an opportunity to experience shore life for potentially the first time.
"Everyone from across the entire state is invited to come out to enjoy the action and cheer on your Scarlet Knights," said Rick Thorpe, senior associate athletic director for external affairs and strategic communications.
The promotion will include several Jersey Shore-themed items. Specially branded beach towels, tank tops and sunglasses will be given away. Outside the stadium, there will be a block party with volleyball, lifeguard towers and even a giant sand sculpture. Boats and boardwalk carnival games will be brought in and there will be Jersey-themed food options at the stadium concession stands and outside at food trucks.