head coach Mike Bellers said the point of "Falcon Family Night" is to get everybody on the same page before the season starts.
The highlight of the night is the varsity/alumni game. It's a 30-minute, half-field game of touch.
He said bringing the alumni back for the game builds tradition.
"We have kids that are successful kids. It doesn't matter how many games they won when they were here. We can hold them as roll models for the younger kids."
He said it's the sixth or seventh year for the event. He said he had about 15 alumni, now there will probably be 80 there tonight.
"They should whip our butt," Bellers said of the alumni team.
At the end, Bellers said said the Falcons won, that it really didn't matter which side won. For the record though, Missouri senior Rolandis Woodland pulled held on to the last pass of the game to clinch it for the alumni team.
"I love to receive the love from everybody in Fenton," Woodland said after the game. "It's all about love."
He added he's number one on the depth chart for the upcoming season and he's looking forward to playing in the SEC.