SPRINGBORO, Ohio (WDTN) - The Cincinnati Bengals are turning Springboro High School's football field into a jungle.
A jungle of fans, media and police.
The NFL team is holding a practice at Careflight field right now and fans are filing in for the fun.
|Photos: Bengals practice in Springboro|
We wanted to know about security issues. Springboro police say this kind of event doesn't happen every day, so officers are treating it much like a major sporting event. There are plenty of officers in place should the need arise.
In the meantime, fans are donning their 'boro in the Jungle t-shirts. That adds up to big business for Springboro businesses. One idea to make money came from a pee wee football coach.
"He came in the store one day and said you know what, you guys ought to come up with some kind of fun t-shirts, especially for the pee wees to get autographs," said Jody Gilkison, Sprinboro Athletics Booster.
Fans we talked to say it's a great way to see their favorite team without making the drive south and spending NFL sized ticket prices.
And, the earlier they arrived, the better the seat.
"We had to get here so early like, I'm talking like noon and then we just hovered around."
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