All Posts Tagged With: "Big East"

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West Virginia Mountaineers – Aerial Vew of Milan Puskar Stadium

Mountaineer Field and the adjoining Milan Puskar Center are the beautiful homes for West Virginia football, and game days in Morgantown are filled with electricity and excitement in one of college football’s best facilities. When 60,000 fans pack Mountaineer Field, the double-deck structure rocks, from the time the nationally famous marching band starts its pregame […]

18Sep2008 | | 1 comment | Continued
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Syracuse Orange – Aerial and Bird’s Eye View of the Carrier Dome

Throughout the first 25 years of the Carrier Dome, there have been many heart filled and breathtaking moments under the bubble.┬á The building located in the heart of SyracuseΓÇÖs campus has hosted millions of fans, thousands of student-athletes and hundreds of coaches and administrators. The memories created in the Dome will last a lifetime.┬á For […]

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South Florida Bulls – Aerial and Bird’s Eye View of Raymond James Stadium

Whether itΓÇÖs on the natural grass field that is envied by every NFL player outside of Tampa Bay, in the plush fan seating areas, or the spacious club facilities and comfortable press box, the impression of Raymond James Stadium – Home of the USF Bulls – is impressive and immediate. The entire facility takes state-of-the-art […]

17Sep2008 | | 1 comment | Continued
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Rutgers Scarlet Knights – Aerial and Bird’s Eye View of Rutgers Stadium

Rutgers Stadium has always been a place where students, alumni and friends could get together on a crisp Saturday afternoon in the fall, and cheer on their Knights.┬á The excitement at Rutgers Stadium on game days is at an all-time high in the Tri-State area. The Scarlet Knights have played in front of a school-record […]

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University of Pittsburgh Panthers – Aerial and Bird’s Eye View of Heinz Field

In Heinz Field, the Pittsburgh Panthers have one of the finest football stadiums in the country to call home. Situated just north of Pittsburgh’s Point State Park, the horseshoe shaped stadium seats 65,000 people and provides a stunning view of the city’s breathtaking skyline and three rivers. Among its amenities are 122 luxury suites. Heinz […]

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Louisville Cardinals – Aerial and Bird’s Eye View of Papa John’s Stadium

The U of L Football Program and its fans have the privilege of spending more than a handful of autumn Saturday’s competing and cheering in $63 million Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. The opening of the state-of-the-art facility in September of 1998 concluded a decade’s worth of private fund-raising and commitment to the dream of giving […]

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UConn Huskies – Aerial and Bird’s Eye View of Rentschler Field

Rentschler Field, located in East Hartford, opened on Aug. 30, 2003, as the Huskies defeated Big Ten Conference member Indiana, 34-10. UConn has now played 19 games in the facility over the past three seasons and has posted an impressive 15-4 record at Rentschler Field. The six home wins there in 2004 set a UConn […]

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Cincinnati Bearcats – Aerial and Bird’s Eye View of Nippert Stadium

Nippert Stadium has been home to Bearcats football since 1902, making it the fourth-oldest playing site and fifth-oldest stadium in college football. The stadium’s founder was Arch Carson, who as captain and principal organizer, played a significant role in starting football on the UC campus in 1885. In 1901 as physical director of the university, […]

15Sep2008 | | 0 comments | Continued