Once upon a time, skeptics doubted that the NFL Combine would attract many viewers. The fact that more than 6.5 million people watched the NFL Combine last year blows that doubt out of the water, of course. The NFL Combine is an opportunity for team scouts to test the athletes wishing to join the NFL in the draft. And whether you are a die-hard fan of a particular team or just have a casual interest in the league, the NFL Combine is a cool event to see up close.
For that reason, league officials are now allowing the general public access to the NFL Combine for two days instead of one. The NFL Combine is at Lucas Oil Stadium downtown from February 20-26, and you could win one of the 600 tickets available for February 23 or 24. In order to have a shot at a FREE ticket, you have to apply for NFL Combine tickets at liota.com.
You will need to provide a short essay on why you are worthy of the popular tickets. Whether your strategy is to discuss your own football prowess, talk about what a devout fan you are of the Colts (or the team of your choice), or use the argument that you competed in the Iditarod last year, make sure you bring your best writing skills to the table to stake your claim to the FREE tickets.
If you win, you can watch the 40-yeard dash and position skill drills while trying to win NFL-centric prizes at the NFL Combine. Good luck on your essay.