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!
Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals
Very impressive that UK has a tricked out 18-wheeler to haul all of their stuff.
Sharon, Stu, Mark, and Gregg
The Kentucky portion of our group: my cousin Steven, my uncle Dan, and my dad…
The RedHawks look ready!
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).
Can you find the football?
I should try cropping this one…
Alan and Mark
The Miami running back finds a nice hole to run through…
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.
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.
Inside Paul Brown Stadium.
The teams head back onto the field for the second half.
Former Miami WR Martin Nance was honored for his work with Habitat for Humanity.
I like how the ball is on the outstretched hand of #10…
Check out the disappointment of #2 that he didn't catch this ball…
This game was a snoozer!
Another Kentucky touchdown….
Great field position for the RedHawks…
After the game, we headed get some lunch/dinner at the Rusty Bucket Tavern in Cincinnati.
Sharon and Alan