NCAA Football

2013 Little Caesars Bowl

NCAA Football: Little Caesars Pizza Bowl-Bowling Green vs Pittsburgh

 

The Little Caesars Bowl also know as the Pizza Bowl, is played in Detroit, Michigan. I know most college athletes don’t think anything of Detroit and would rather be at a bowl game in Florida or California but the Little Caesars Bowl never disappoints. There are currently 11 NFL players who have played in the bowl game and this year there will be a few more added to the list. My main focus of the night was Pittsburgh Panthers defensive lineman Aaron Donald who is the brother of Archie Donald who I played football with at Toledo. It’s crazy how small the football community really is. Here is a random stat for you, there are only 1,700 players in the NFL.

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2013 Big 10 Championship

NCAA Football: Big Ten Championship-Michigan State vs Ohio State

 

Following the MAC Championship in Detroit, I headed over to Indianapolis for the Big 10 Championship between the #2 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan State Spartans. Everyone was expecting Ohio State to come into the game and take away any chance Michigan State had, but Michigan State came to battle. They wanted to show the entire country they deserved to be in Indy.

The game was loud and full of intensity which made for some awesome photos! Enjoy!

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2013 MAC Championsip

NCAA Football: MAC Championship-Northern Illinois vs Bowling Green

The Northern Illinois Huskies are 24-1 under head coach Rod Carey. The went a BCS Bowl game last year and lost to Florida State. Going into the 2013 season Northern Illinois was expected to win the MAC and bust the BCS for the second straight year. To make the game even more interesting Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch is second in the Heisman Trophy voting.

Bowling Green put a stop to Northern Illinois’s streak with a final score of 47-27 and Jordan Lynch Heisman hopefuls.

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Louisville Cardinals at Cincinnati Bearcats

NCAA Football: Louisville at Cincinnati

 

Teddy Bridgewater is considered the most pro-ready among the draft-eligible quarterbacks, he threw for 255 yards and three TD passes; two of the scoring tosses came in a six-minute span in the fourth quarter in which Bridgewater took over and showed why NFL teams covet his talents.

I also learned last night he is one of the most humble college athletes I have been able to cover. He is extremely close with his mother who is hugging him in the picture above.

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Ohio State 42 Michigan 41

NCAA Football: Ohio State at Michigan

The Ohio State vs Michigan game is said to be one of the greatest rivalries in college football. The past few years, Ohio State has been dominating Michigan 9-1 dating back to 2004. Everyone though the 2013 matchup was suppose be a complete blowout since Ohio State has won 24 straight games in a row.  Michigan showed up to play, but fell short by one point.

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Bowling Green shuts out Ohio U 49-0

Football is back during the week, the MAC has been playing weekday games for a few years now. Ohio University would take on Bowling Green in the chilly temperatures of 22 degrees. Let’s just say it was cold and a blow out. The final score was 49-0. Enjoy!

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Iowa at Ohio State

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Temple at Cincinnati

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Ohio State defeats Wisconsin 31-24

Ohio State finally hosted a worthy opponent, Wisconsin game into the horse shoe ready to play. It was a solid game where both teams had big plays but Ohio State defense was able to hold of the Wisconsin offense to open Big 10 Conference play.

It was such a big game even LeBron decided it would be a good game to check out! Enjoy the photos.

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Ohio State puts up 76 points

Ohio State hosted Florida A&M. I knew heading into the game it would be a complete blow out but it was a good game to knock out a bunch of stock photos that I am unable to during a Big 10 conference game. It wasn’t much of a game but I was able to come away with a few nice frames.

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About

Andrew Weber is a professional sports photographer based in Toledo, OH. He was a place kicker for The University of Toledo football team for four years. Andrew's primary focus is capturing important events on film. He was a staff photographer for the Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune covering a wide variety of events ranging from high school athletics and late-breaking stories to local county fairs.

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