Chicken tenders, mashed potatoes and green beans: a hardy meal for high school football players as they ready for a Friday night under the stadium lights.

But that pre-game meal with the Dickinson High School team meant more than calories and carbohydrates for the Autenticos Tigres, a high school football team affiliated with Universidad Autónoma de Nueva León (UANL).


(3) comments

Michael Woodson

An interesting story! I hadn't thought much about American football in other countries before.

Christopher Smith

Great story! Thanks for covering this GCDN!

Raymond Lewis

Good article. Probably a great experience for players on both sides of the border.

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