Monday, October 27, 2008

Iron Arrow


Lauren Gould, Erica Rule and Fernando Moreno applaud as Karen Wilkening reacts after being tapped into Iron Arrow last week at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science on Key Biscayne. Iron Arrow is the highest honor achievable at the University of Miami.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Shot of the Day


Miami Hurricanes defensive lineman Adewale Ojomo reacts after sacking Wake Forest quarterback Riley Skinner during the 'Canes 16-10 victory Saturday.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Shot of the Day


Barry University's Women's Basketball team hams it up for the camera at the end of their team photo shoot last Sunday in Miami Shores.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Shot of the Day


FAU's Miguel Dorante in action in the pool at the Boca Raton campus during last Thursday's photo day.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Another Sunday, More Futbol


Bowling Green's Ryan Davis and Hunter Van Houten can't out jump FAU's Gianni Piccoletti for the header during the Owls 2-1 overtime win on Sunday morning in Boca Raton.

Monday, October 13, 2008

From Football to Futbol


Instead of shooting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers decisive victory over the Carolina Panthers yesterday, I found myself back in Coral Gables, shooting our women's soccer match with FSU.

In five short years I've gone from having the ability to make my own schedule shooting for NFL Photos to wondering week to week if I'm going to get a NFL game from my current agency. The league dissolved NFL Photos in 2004 and I moved over to WireImage, one of two licensees of NFL imagery. The other was Getty Images. WireImage was acquired by Getty in 2007 and to no surprise I wasn't retained by Getty.

So far this season, I've yet to work an NFL Sunday. In the meantime, I've filled those days with the other "futbol."

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Shot of the Day


'Canes running back Graig Cooper dives for the eventual winning touchdown over University of Central Florida defensive back Johnell Neal during UM's 20-14 victory over the Knights at Dolphin Stadium yesterday.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Shot of the Day


'Canes offensive lineman Orlando Franklin loses his helmet while trying to block FSU's Paul Griffin during the Seminoles 41-39 victory over the Hurricanes at rainy Dolphin Stadium Saturday.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

It Could Have Been Worse...


While Miami's 41-39 loss to FSU was mostly played in rain, the real fun began with about two minutes left in the game. The skies opened and the downpour ensued for about an hour, leaving stadium personnel to deal with the effects.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Canes vs. Seminoles


Tomorrow, the Seminoles of Florida State University come to town, and a post on the grassy.com message boards reminded me of the game between these two rivals in Tallahassee five years ago.

Both schools entered the matchup 5-0 but the 'Canes swam out of the rain soaked capital of Florida with a 22-14 victory, led by Jarrett Payton's 97 yards rushing and Kellen Winslow's 106 yards recieving. Sean Taylor added a 50 yard interception return for a touchdown.




The game was played in a downpour, and FSU's field drainage system failed, creating puddles of standing water all over the field.

Here are a few moments I was fortunate enough to capture on "film" from the series between the two schools...


Jeremy Shockey's touchdown catch that proved to be the game winner against the 'Noles in 2000.


Vince Wilfork lays out Leon Washington during the 2004 Orange Bowl Classic.