Penn State at Michigan Under the Lights

NCAA Football: Penn State at Michigan

Under the lights at Michigan Stadium part III. With the Notre Dame rivalry no longer Michigan had to pick another opponent to play for their annual Under the Lights game. Penn State was next on the list and after the recent issues with back to back losses and other issues it was an interesting game. The student sections boycotted the opening kick off showing the stands empty on national television.

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Light Pockets at Lucas Oil Stadium

NFL: Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts

With the Lions, Browns and Bengals either playing away or having an off week I was in Indianapolis for the Tennessee Titans vs Indianapolis Colts game. Lucas Oil Stadium is quickly becoming one of my favorite stadiums in the NFL. It has a retractable roof which means light pockets! I don’t ever get them in Detroit because the roof doesn’t open.

I have been in a little bit of a slump lately and this took me to the top of a mountain. There is nothing better then shooting with nice light in a beautiful stadium.

On with the photos!

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Mini-Golf Course at Fifth Third Field


Over the last two weeks I have been working with the Toledo Mud Hens documenting the transformation of outfield at Fifth Third Field into a grass mini-golf course. The idea originally came about when sports turf manager Jake Tyler  thought it would be fun to make a grass mini-golf course. This was an easy decision since the grass is going to be ripped out due to the Toledo Walleye playing two outdoor hockey games this winter at Fifth Third Field.

Here is a good mix of photos over the past week.

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Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions

NFL: Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions

After covering the Oklahoma at West Virginia game Saturday night. I have a 9am flight out of Pittsburgh back to Detroit to cover the Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions. The flight was only 40 minutes but my Uber drive had no idea how to get from the Detroit Airport to downtown Detroit with avoiding traffic. After getting frustrated I had give him directions. I got 3 blocks away from the stadium and I got out and walk the rest of the way.

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#4 Oklahoma 45 West Virginia 33

NCAA Football: Oklahoma at West Virginia

Morgantown, West Virginia is one of my favorite college football towns. The state of WV doesn’t have a NFL team, so everyone in the state shows up and cheers on the Mountaineers. #4 Oklahoma came into town to show just how powerful their offense is. They were down by two touchdowns but finished the game with 43-33 win.

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A Win in Cleveland!

NFL: New Orleans Saints at Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns home opener was against the New Orleans Saints and Cleveland fans where excited! In the photo above, thousands of fans walk tot he stadium prior to kickoff and in the below photo thousands of fans where tailgating across from the stadium. The atmosphere was great and the ending was even better! Scroll down to see the game winning field goal.

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Bowling Green Falcons 45 Indiana Hoosiers 42

NCAA Football: Indiana at Bowling Green
After getting home late from the Toledo vs Cincinnati game, I was in Bowling Green as the Indiana Hoosiers where in town. It’s very unusual for a Big 10 team to visit a MAC school and usually when they do it doesn’t end well for the Big 10. Bowling Green defeated Indiana on a last second touchdown to win 45-42.

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Cincinnati Bearcats 58 Toledo Rockets 34

NCAA Football: Toledo at Cincinnati

The Toledo Rockets traveled to Cincinnati to take on the Bearcats at Paul Brown Stadium. Since Nippert Stadium is under construction all Bearcats home games are being played at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback Gunner Kiel, who is a transfer from Notre Dame came to play and prove that he is a NFL caliber quarterback.

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Monday Night Football in Detroit

Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson (81) makes a catch in the end zone but is out of bounds during the third quarter against the New York Giants at Ford Field.

Two football games in two different states, late nights and very little sleep, I was back in Detroit for Monday Night Football between the New York Giants at Detroit Lions. After 110 degree weather in Tampa it was a nice and cool 65 degrees inside Ford Field.

The game was kind of slow and sloppy but the Lions take home the W in Week 1.

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NFL Week 1 in Tampa

NFL: Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

I jumped on a 8:30am flight to Tampa to shoot the Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With only three hours of sleep, color addicted photographer Chip Litherland picked up me and chauffeured me around all day. Thanks brother, I guess I have to return the favor now!

The big news in Tampa was Cam Newton wouldn’t play due to his rib injury during the preseason and they team didn’t want to take any risk him getting injured further. The game was very sloppy and low scoring, but I still came with a few photos I am happy with and lots of stock photos.

Tonight I will be shooting Monday Night Football in Detroit as the New York Giants are in town.

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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.