Tag: Football

New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan kisses his bust during the 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement at Fawcett Stadium.

The NFL is finally back! Every year the season kicks off in Canton, Ohio where a few former players are inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It’s amazing to think about how many DI college football players there are, then each year only 224 are drafted into the NFL. There are only 287 inductees in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which makes being inducted such a special honor.

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To this point, I have shot four college games and week three of college football would be no different! I would be shooting two college games in one day at two different stadiums. My first game was a noon kick off in West Lafayette for the Eastern Michigan vs Purdue game. I arrived to the stadium around 8:30am a little early so I took a little nap in my car due to not catching a lot of sleep the previous night.

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I have been home from London for a day and a half and I was itching to shoot again. After texting my buddy who is the equipment manager for the football team where I use to be a kicker and he telling me it was their last two-a-day practice on Wednesday, I knew it would be a good opportunity to shoot!

Before I left for London I met with newly appointed head coach Matt Campbell, who was on staff when I was a kicker at Toledo. He had always supported my work and my work ethic, so I pitched him an idea about doing an all-access photo blog of the 2012 camp. Where potential recruits and fans could log on everyday and view pictures. Obviously going to London, I didn’t get a chance to do that so I am going to try and make up for lost time and hit up a few practice when I am home to make some really good images. Show what goes on during camp and practice that the public might not be able to see!

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After a crazy previous day, I got the chance to sleep in before shooting the women’s football semifinal between Francs and Japan. The winner of this game goes on to the gold medal game at Wembley Stadium on Thursday. The game was a 5pm start and I got there around 3pm and was instantly over whelmed with how many media members where in attendance from Japan and France.

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