INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The NCAA will allow fan cutouts at Final Four games at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Fans can purchase a cutout for $100.
You must submit a photo – not a selfie – taken by someone 4 feet away from you.
Money supports two charities: United Way’s Central Indiana COVID-19 Recovery and Rebound Effort, and Hilinski’s Hope Foundation.
A fan from Alabama named Scott Bullock said he believes the idea gives fans a sense of belonging.
The money supports two charities: United Way’s Central Indiana COVID-19 Recovery and Rebound Effort and Hilinski’s Hope Foundation.
Bullock said that’s something he can get behind.
“Whenever you get a chance to help you always have to give back. No matter who you are. You give back and pay it forward. Help each other out the way we can. It makes the world a better place,” said Bullock.
He hopes this makes the game a positive experience for everyone.
“It allows them to look around and know these people took the time to say ‘Hey, I may not be there, but this is my way of supporting you and the game.’ Even though we can’t be there in person, it still shows people care about what’s going on in their lives,” said Bullock.
Cutouts can be mailed to you after the tournament is over, if you choose.
To get your cutout, click here.