Saturday's inaugural America's Crossroads Bowl in Northwest Indiana marked the first time that a college football bowl game had taken place in the Hoosier State.
The game was the culmination of two days of events held throughout the City of Hobart. Both Truman State and Ohio Dominican visited a handful of elementary schools in the area on Friday and attended the City of Hobart tree lighting later in the evening.
Jim Cornelison, the famed anthem singer for the Chicago Blackhawks, kicked off the festivities on Saturday which included musical performances, a flyover and a pair of World War II veterans serving as the honorary captains for both clubs.
Truman State claimed the 21-7 victory at the Brickyard Stadium. Take a look and see some of the best sights from the first-ever America's Crossroads Bowl.