Archive for the ‘Photo of the Day’ category

Photo of the Day: #4 Auburn upsets #1 Alabama 34-28 in Iron Bowl

December 2, 2013

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This picture is beautiful and describes the win and the rivalry perfectly. Everyone from the state of Alabama was present at the Iron Bowl in Auburn. My goodness the Jordan-Hare Stadium was rocking and every student rushed the field in a sea of orange and navy blue. This college football game will be talked about for a very, very long time and the significance behind it was remarkable. That’s the beauty of sports, one moment lives on forever…

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Photo of the Day: Mariano Rivera’s #42 retired with the legends

September 23, 2013
(ELSA/GETTY IMAGES)

(ELSA/GETTY IMAGES)

Exit Sandman. The greatest closer in the game of baseball celebrated a 50 minute ceremony as a good bye send off from the Yankees organization at Yankee Stadium yesterday. The whole ceremony and game gave me chills down my back because it reminded baseball fans everywhere that this will be the last time you will see #42 in pinstripes pitch in the Bronx again. It’s sad to see him go, but it was special to see him given his own day for all his accomplishments. No one will be better than Mo and there will only be one Sandman. He pitches like a legend and leaves the game of baseball like a legend…

Photo of the Day: Gatorade Shower for the Flivvers

July 23, 2013

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Just found this picture in my gallery from the UP Tennis Finals at Marquette Senior High School this afternoon. The picture says the whole story here. The Flivvers took home the UP Tennis Team Title with 21 points and head coach Mark Shanks gets the celebratory shower from his team after a great team victory. The kids were planning this type of celebration the whole day and it was a hot day in Marquette so it was nice for Mr. Shanks to take a shower a little early…

Photo of the Day: “The Block”

June 10, 2013
(Derick E. Hingle - USA TODAY Sports)

(Derick E. Hingle – USA TODAY Sports)

…First of all, O.M.G. Second of all, this is what makes Lebron the best player in the world. Finally, I am sorry Tiago Splitter that this happened to you. If you watch the replay over and over again, the timing is what makes this block so amazing. Working with Hakeem Olajuwon in the off season has really paid off for #6 on both ends of the floor. Lebron is a six foot eight monster and plays so aggressive that he can make big plays occur at any moment. Expect more of this throughout the NBA Finals…