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The Rumble at the River

2009.09.05
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Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals
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Very impressive that UK has a tricked out 18-wheeler to haul all of their stuff.
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Sharon, Stu, Mark, and Gregg
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The Kentucky portion of our group: my cousin Steven, my uncle Dan, and my dad...
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The RedHawks look ready!
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Despite the finger in the shot, I liked this because of the tumbling shoe on the left edge (and related bare sock of the kick returner on his knee in the middle).
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Can you find the football?
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I should try cropping this one...
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Alan and Mark
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The Miami running back finds a nice hole to run through...
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The Miami hockey team was honored during the game for their remarkable run and runner-up finish in the NCAA tournament (The Frozen Four) last spring.
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This one definitely needs a crop.

I like how there is no one to the right of #20 and the ball as he stretches out.
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Inside Paul Brown Stadium.

The teams head back onto the field for the second half.
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Former Miami WR Martin Nance was honored for his work with Habitat for Humanity.
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I like how the ball is on the outstretched hand of #10...
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Check out the disappointment of #2 that he didn't catch this ball...
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This game was a snoozer!
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Another Kentucky touchdown....
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Great field position for the RedHawks...
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After the game, we headed get some lunch/dinner at the Rusty Bucket Tavern in Cincinnati.
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Sharon and Alan
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We traveled down to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati to see the Miami RedHawks host the University of Kentucky Wildcats in a game dubbed "The Rumble at the River" (the stadium sits right on the Ohio River).

Mark, Dad, and I came from Cleveland; Sharon and Alan came in from Chicago; and Dan and Steven traveled from western Kentucky to see the game.

Despite the beating my Miami RedHawks took (42-0), it was a fun time!
1 Comment
lookagain Love the color and excitement....nice work!
lookagain · 2009-09-09: 08:28
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