Category: Atlantic Coast

Game 243: #1 Clemson @ South Carolina

From possibility to instability – that’s the course taken this season by South Carolina.  An opening win against North Carolina quickly turned turbulent with harsh SEC losses, the sudden retirement of their legendary coach, and an inexplicable defeat at the hands of the Citadel.  Now, as the season came to a close, the Gamecocks hosted […]

Saturday November 28th, 2015 in Atlantic Coast, Clemson, SEC, South Carolina | No Comments »

Game 219: Iowa @ Pittsburgh

125th year of Pitt football.  3 wins.  0 losses.  57 varieties.  Heinz Field was ready to host a Panther team off to a strong start and primed to take on an Iowa team coming off a horrible home loss to rival Iowa State. The morning began with a visit to campus to check out the Millennium Panther.  This […]

Saturday September 20th, 2014 in Atlantic Coast, Big Ten, Iowa, Pittsburgh | No Comments »

PITTSBURGH – HEINZ FIELD

Heinz Field: Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Panthers. Typically, I am fervently against universities that choose to play their home games in a pro stadium. Shifting the action off campus robs gameday of the authentic pageantry that makes college football special. However, Pittsburgh makes it work. The Panther football program has enough tradition, […]

Game 215: Georgia @ Georgia Tech

What’s the good word? Yell this around Georgia Tech and you are likely to hear in response, “To HELL with georgia!” This phrase is as common as “Hello” around campus. It wouldn’t even matter if the Yellow Jackets were playing the Bulldogs – damning Georgia is a full time job. This is one of the […]

Saturday November 30th, 2013 in Atlantic Coast, Georgia, Georgia Tech, SEC | No Comments »

GEORGIA TECH – BOBBY DODD STADIUM at HISTORIC GRANT FIELD

There are certain gems along the college football landscape, and one of the finest sits amongst the urban sprawl of Atlanta. The Georgia Institute of Technology houses the oldest active stadium in the sport. Open in 1913, Bobby Dodd Stadium has hosted some of college football’s most memorable moments and historic sports figures. The stadium’s […]

Game 207: Syracuse @ #22 Northwestern

Scratching and clawing is the way wildcats fight, and the Northwestern Wildcats have been fighting for decades – scratching to be noticed and clawing for relevancy. The dark days of the 70s and 80s are long gone, but they still cast a long shadow over the present day program. Despite multiple visits to the top […]

Saturday September 7th, 2013 in Atlantic Coast, Big Ten, Northwestern, Syracuse | No Comments »

NC STATE: CARTER-FINLEY STADIUM

Loud. Rowdy. Hostile. Carter-Finley Stadium can be described as any of these. Gameday in Raleigh is a dynamic event and tailgating is the cornerstone of it all. Circling the perimeter of the stadium is a party that stretches to the tree lines and fences. Each setup offers a flurry of activity coupled with an array […]

Game 199: #3 Florida State @ North Carolina State

Not much could have prepared me for what I was about to witness. Call it a tale of two halves. Call it an unexpected upset. Call it an epic comeback. However it’s defined, it became the most improbable finish I have ever seen. We had just finished our morning adventure in Chapel Hill and thank […]

NORTH CAROLINA – KENAN STADIUM

Slap on some khaki shorts and a baby blue button down. It’s time for Carolina football. Okay, not everyone here dresses this way, but enough to remind you that this is football in the south. One thing is for certain – the gameday experience in Chapel Hill is one of the best. Start on Franklin […]

Game 198 – Virginia Tech @ North Carolina

No post-season? No problem. Probation hasn’t fazed North Carolina, and witnessing the wild white out that crowded Kenan Stadium, any casual observer would be hard pressed to find clues that this team has suffered a set-back by the NCAA. With the invasion of Virginia Tech and their fans, Chapel Hill was charged up with activity […]

Saturday October 6th, 2012 in Atlantic Coast, North Carolina, Virginia Tech | No Comments »