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2012 BCS Panoramic Picture - Louisiana Superdome Stadium Picture
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Football National Champions - January 9, 2012 - Alabama 21 - LSU 0

This panorama highlights the excitement of one of the most anticipated college football games of the year between two worthy SEC opponents, the University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Louisiana State University Tigers, as they battle for the coveted award at the 2012 BCS National Championship Game. In the end, it was the onslaught of the Crimson Tide’s bruising running attack that achieved national championship status with a final score of Alabama 21, LSU 0. This is Alabama’s second trip to the national championship game and their second win. The BCS National Championship Game is the final bowl game of the season, played between the two highest-ranked teams in the BCS standings.



2013 BCS Panoramic - Alabama Championship
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Football National Champion – January 7, 2013 – Alabama® 42 – Notre Dame® 14

This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the most anticipated national title matchup of the BCS era between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Both teams ranked among the best in defense, but the Crimson Tide had the edge on offense and, without a doubt, was predicted to win and ultimately succeeded, with a final score of Alabama 42, Notre Dame 14. As the Crimson Tide reached its third BCS title in four seasons, the SEC claims its seventh consecutive national championship. The BCS National Championship Game is the final bowl game of the season, played between the two highest-ranked teams in the BCS standings.



2014 BCS Panoramic - FSU Seminoles Championship
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This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the biggest game of the year – the 16th annual BCS National Championship Game between the two top ranked teams of the 2013 college football season – the Florida State Seminoles and the Auburn Tigers. While each team was seeking its second national championship since the system began in 1998, the Seminoles rallied from an 18-point first-half deficit to defeat Auburn in a thrilling finale, with a final score of 34-31. This victory caps the year for the Seminoles, who won all of their prior games for the season by two or more touchdowns. This year’s BCS National Championship Game was hosted at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California.



2014 Rose Bowl Panoramic - Michigan State Spartans
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This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the on-field revelry as the Michigan State Spartans celebrate a victory over the Stanford Cardinal at the 100th edition of the legendary Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena, California. Michigan State's 24-20 win over Stanford broke a 26-year absence from the Rose Bowl and re-asserted the Spartans as a national collegiate football power. Michigan State finished the 2013 season with 10-straight wins and a best-ever 13-1 record.



Appalachian State University Mountaineers Panoramic - Kidd Brewer Stadium Picture
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Appalachian State University - Kidd Brewer Stadium

This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, highlights the on-field action of the Appalachian State Mountaineers football team as they play their season home opener at Kidd Brewer Stadium. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina, Kidd Brewer Stadium is considered one of college football’s most picturesque settings. The Stadium opened in 1962 as Conrad Stadium and was renamed in 1988, in honor of Kidd Brewer. Nicknamed “The Rock,” it officially seats 24,050 fans, though frequently holds more than 30,000 spectators. The Mountaineers were the NCAA Division I Football National Champions from 2005-2007. .



Arizona State University Sun Devils - Sun Devil Stadium Frank Kush Field Panoramic Picture
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This panoramic photograph of Sun Devil Stadium, Frank Kush Field was taken by James Blakeway during a Sun Devil victory over in-state rival, the Arizona Wildcats, for the Territorial Cup. Sun Devil Stadium, constructed in 1958, is built between two mountain buttes and is considered one of the most beautiful collegiate stadiums in the nation. With an official capacity of 71,706, the natural turf stadium has hosted three national championships and the 1996 NFL Super Bowl. Frank Kush was the head coach of the Sun Devils for 21 years, and the field was named in his honor on September 21, 1996, just prior to the Sun Devils' victory over then #1 Nebraska, 19-0.


Arizona State University Sun Devils v. Missouri Tigers - Sun Devil Stadium Frank Kush Field Panoramic Picture
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This panorama, photographed by James Blakeway, captures the overtime thriller as the Arizona State Sun Devils football team defeated their ranked opponent, the Missouri Tigers. Adding to the excitement of the evening, 70,236 Devil fans were dressed in black to create the “Black Out” as the Sun Devils team debuted its new all black uniforms and helmets. Arizona State University was founded in 1885 in Tempe, Arizona. Today, the university spreads across the greater Phoenix metropolitan area and is broadly organized into 14 divisions and four campuses with annual enrollment of over 72,000 students.


Auburn - Final Rolling of the Oaks Panoramic - Toomers Corner Aerial Picture
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Auburn University - Final Rolling of the Trees

This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, commemorates the long-standing tradition of students, alumni and fans of Auburn University, as they come together to celebrate the last “rolling of the trees.” Since the 1930s, Auburn’s iconic trees have provided a grand entrance to campus. Additionally, generations of Auburn faithful have gathered beneath their shade-giving branches to celebrate events and revel in the spirit that are uniquely Auburn University. On April 20, 2013 and for generations to come, the courage and strength symbolized by the mighty oak is alive and well in the spirit of those that proudly represent Auburn University.


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Auburn Tigers Panoramic - 2013 Iron Bowl
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This panorama spotlights the Auburn Tigers making one of the touchdowns that clinched their spot in the SEC championship game, with a stunning victory over Alabama in the 2013 Iron Bowl. The game came down to the last play when the Tigers returned a missed field-goal attempt for more than 100 yards for a touchdown to lift No. 4 Auburn to a 34-28 victory over No. 1 Alabama. The Iron Bowl is the annual football rivalry played between the two largest public universities in the state of Alabama and this game was one of the most dramatic in the rivalry’s 78-year history, as the fans flooded the field in celebration. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway on November 30, 2013.


Auburn University Tigers - Jordan Hare Stadium Panoramic Picture
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This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the Auburn Tigers playing for a victory over an SEC opponent on their home turf at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Auburn Football has a long and storied history, beginning in 1892, when George Petrie organized the first team and led the Tigers to a 2-2 record. Petrie also chose burnt orange and navy blue as the official colors for Auburn athletic teams, inspired by his alma mater. Auburn was led by nine different coaches over a 12-year span, which most notably included John Heisman (1895-1899), for whom the Heisman Trophy is named. Today, the Auburn Tigers claim two “National Championships” titles. Auburn University was chartered on February 7, 1856.


Auburn University Tigers - Jordan Hare Stadium Panoramic Poster
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This panorama of Jordan-Hare Stadium, taken by James Blakeway, highlights the Auburn Tigers playing to a sold-out stadium. The stadium began as Auburn Stadium in 1939. It was renamed Cliff Hare Stadium in 1949, before being christened Jordan-Hare Stadium in 1973. Clifford Hare was a member of Auburn's first football team, and Ralph "Shug" Jordan was a former football coach who won 176 games. On fall Saturday afternoons in Auburn, the stadium becomes the fifth-largest city in Alabama with a capacity of 87,451. As part of the SEC, Auburn football has 77 winning seasons, 34 bowl appearances, and 10 conference titles. Established in 1856, Auburn enrolls over 24,000 students today.


Baylor University Bears - Floyd Casey Stadium Panoramic Picture
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This panorama of Floyd Casey Stadium, taken by James Blakeway, illustrates the excitement of a Big 12 Conference Baylor Bears football game. Historic Floyd Casey Stadium, originally named Baylor Stadium, was built in 1950 and currently seats 50,000 fans. In 1988, it was renamed Floyd Casey Stadium after longtime University supporters Carl B. and Thelma Casey. Baylor University, a private institution located in Waco, Texas, is the world's largest Baptist University. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, Baylor is the oldest, continually operating university in the state and currently enrolls over 14,000 students.


BCS 2011 - Auburn Tigers - University of Phoenix Stadium Panoramic Picture
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This panorama captures the excitement of one of the most anticipated college football games, as the SEC Auburn Tigers and Pac-10 Oregon Ducks go head-to-head at the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game. While both teams made it through their conference seasons and rivalry games undefeated, it was the top-ranked Tigers that achieved national championship status after playing the biggest game of the year with a final score of Auburn 22, Oregon 19. This was Auburn’s first national championship win since 1957. The BCS National Championship Game is the final bowl game of the season, played between the two highest-ranked teams in the BCS standings.


Boise State Broncos Panoramic
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Boise State University - Bronco Stadium


This panorama of Bronco Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights the Boise State Broncos football team playing their home opener against the University of Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks. This game also commemorates the opening of the Bleymaier Football Center, the Broncos new 68,000 square-foot football complex in the north end zone overlooking the trademark blue turf. The Boise State players made their entrance onto the field through the state-of-the-art facilities, which includes a recruiting and players’ lounge, weight room, training facility, and theater room. Boise State fans kept with game day tradition and striped the stadium in school colors.



Boise State University Broncos - Bronco Stadium Panoramic Picture
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This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, features the Boise State Broncos football team playing to a Homecoming crowd at Bronco Stadium at its inaugural home game in the Mountain West Conference. Since 1970, Boise State has played its home games in Bronco Stadium, which enjoys a reputation as one of the most difficult places in the country for opposing teams to play. The stadium is well known for its unusual blue playing surface, which was first installed in 1986. “The Blue,” as it is called by fans, is the only non-green playing surface in the Football Bowl Subdivision and is one of the most distinguishing and enduring symbols of Boise State football.


Boston College Panoramic - Eagles Football Panorama
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This panorama of Alumni Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the action of a Boston College Eagles football game. The roots of Alumni Stadium and on-campus football at Boston College date back to 1915. Years later, after playing at two off-campus sites, the current stadium was built on Boston College’s lower campus and opened in 1957. Renovations took place in 1971 and 1998, bringing seating capacity to its current 44,500. The Eagles football team, a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, began play in 1892 and is consistently ranked among the nation's best for academic achievement and graduation. Boston College was established in 1863 and is located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.


Boston College Panoramic - Eagles Hockey Panorama
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This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights the excitement at Conte Forum/Kelley Rink as the Boston College Eagles men’s hockey team plays for a win against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. With the victory, the Eagles captured the coveted Snooks Kelley – Lefty Smith Trophy, awarded the winner between the Boston College – Notre Dame hockey classic. Boston College is among the top college hockey programs in the country and has established itself as a perennial powerhouse in both regular season and post-season play. Boston College was established in 1863 and is located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.


Brigham Young University Cougars - Lavell Edwards Stadium Panorama
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This panorama of LaVell Edwards Stadium, taken by James Blakeway, features the BYU football team playing to a sold-out crowd. Originally named Cougar Stadium, the current facility opened in 1964 with a seating capacity of 45,000. The stadium was expanded to 65,000 in 1981 and was later renamed LaVell Edwards Stadium on Nov. 18, 2000, after legendary head football coach LaVell Edwards. Home to the perennial nationally-ranked BYU football program, the stadium is nestled at the base of the breathtaking Wasatch Mountains and consistently ranks among the top 25 in attendance nationally. Founded in 1875 in Provo, Utah, Brigham Young University currently enrolls more than 34,000 students.


Brigham Young University Cougars - Lavell Edwards Stadium Panoramic Picture
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This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, features the BYU Cougars playing on their home turf at LaVell Edwards Stadium against in-state opponent Utah State. With the exception of three years during World War II, and a three-year break from 2003-2005, the BYU Cougars and Utah State Aggies have faced one another in each season since 1922. The winner is traditionally awarded the Old Wagon Wheel, a trophy that has traveled between the two schools since 1948. The Cougar’s time-honored football successes include the Heisman Trophy, conference and national championships, and participation in numerous bowl games. BYU was founded in 1875 and is located in Provo, Utah.


Brigham Young University Cougars Panoramic
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This panorama of LaVell Edwards Stadium was taken by Robert Pettit. It spotlights the Brigham Young Cougars playing against Georgia Tech, an ACC opponent. The game was the grand finale of events throughout BYU Homecoming week, including a spectacular win for the Cougars. The game was also a sectional striped game, where fans sitting in odd sections are asked to wear dark blue and fans sitting in even sections are asked to wear white. The True Blue Foam tradition, one of the most popular Homecoming activities among students, was also a part of the week’s events, when students converge on Helaman Fields to show their spirit while diving, sliding and dancing into a sea of blue foam.


Brigham Young University Cougars Panoramic Picture - Marriott Center Panorama
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Brigham Young University - Marriott Center

This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, provides a snapshot of the excitement as the BYU Cougars defeat their co-conference opponent. This is only the third time these two teams have met in play and, the first time ever at the Marriott Center. This is a matchup that many BYU fans looked forward to, including thousands of BYU students. Despite the not-so-warm weather during basketball season in Provo, students camped outside the Marriott Center in hopes of snagging front row seating. The Marriott Center was named in honor of benefactor J. Willard Marriott, founder of the Marriott Corporation. BYU fielded its first basketball team in 1903



Bristol Motor Speedway (Day) Nascar Track Panoramic Picture
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This aerial panorama of Bristol Motor Speedway was taken by James Blakeway. The speedway was constructed in 1960 on 100 acres of land, originally a dairy farm, in Bristol, Tennessee. The total cost of construction including the land was $600,000. Bristol Motor Speedway held its first race on July 30, 1961, with 22 degree banked turns and seating for 18,000 fans. Over the years the speedway has undergone expansions and renovations and today seats 160,000 with variable banking in the turns. Despite its small size, Bristol is among the most popular tracks in NASCAR® because of its distinct features including the concrete oval track, known as the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.”


Bristol Motor Speedway at Night Panoramic
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This aerial panorama of Bristol Motor Speedway was taken by Christopher Gjevre and features the first night race since the track was reconfigured. Changes were made to the track in response to fan requests and to return the Speedway to its iconic status – “the hottest ticket in motorsports.” Located in Bristol, Tennessee, the Speedway was constructed in 1960 and held its first race the following year. The entrepreneurs who built the track fashioned the Speedway after Charlotte Motor Speedway, but opted for a smaller, more intimate setting and erected a half-mile facility. Despite its small size, Bristol is among the most popular tracks in NASCAR® and has been known as the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile.”



Clemson University Tigers - Frank Howard Field - Memorial Stadium Panorama
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This panorama of Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium, taken by James Blakeway, highlights the action during a Clemson Tigers football game. Opened in 1942, the ambiance of Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium is popularly known as "Death Valley" for being one of the loudest college football stadiums in America. With a capacity of 81,500, attendance has been ranked in the top 20 nationally for 22 consecutive seasons. The Tigers, a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, have won 17 conference titles. Favorite traditions include "Howard's Rock" and "Running Down the Hill." Founded in 1889 in Clemson, South Carolina, today the University enrolls over 17,000 students.


Clemson University Tigers - Frank Howard Field - Memorial Stadium Panoramic Picture
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This panorama, taken by Robert Pettit, features the Clemson Tigers football team playing on their home turf for another win at Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium. On the same day Clemson honored the 1981 National Championship football team at Death Valley, the Tigers tied one of its records for points in a quarter with 35 in the third quarter, and also eclipsed 50 points in the game for a second-straight week. The Tigers were established in 1897 and achieved their first undefeated season in 1900. Clemson University is located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains on the shores of Lake Hartwell and enrolls over 19,450 graduate and undergraduate students on an annual basis.


Clemson University Tigers Panoramic - Memorial Stadium Picture
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This panorama of Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium, taken by James Blakeway, features a highly anticipated opening-night showdown between the Clemson University Tigers and the University of Georgia Bulldogs. It has been over a decade since this rousing rivalry has played out between these two teams and, in a show of school pride and unity, Clemson designated the game as “Solid Orange” and Tiger football fans complied, resulting in a sea of orange in the stadium. Established in 1896, Clemson University is one of the founding members of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Academically, Clemson’s retention and graduation rates rank among the highest in the country for public universities.


Daytona International Speedway Aerial Panoramic
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This aerial panorama of Daytona International Speedway® was taken by James Blakeway and features a twilight view during a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ race. The 480-acre motorsports complex, which opened in 1959, boasts the most diverse schedule of racing on the globe, featuring everything from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series to go-karts and superbikes. The Speedway is also home to “The Great American Race®,” the DAYTONA 500®. The 2.5-mile long tri-oval track features 31-degree banked turns and a huge infield area, where campers can be seen enjoying the many events. Featured in the infield is Lake Lloyd, where water skiers can be seen carving up the water under the Florida sun on race days.



Detroit Skyline Panoramic Picture
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This panorama of Detroit was taken by James Blakeway. Known as the automobile capital of the world, Detroit is located along the Detroit River, across from Windsor, Ontario. On the left side is the Renaissance Center, a group of seven interconnected skyscrapers, purchased in 1996 by General Motors for their global headquarters. The tall central tower is the Detroit Marriott, the tallest all-hotel skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. The large stadium on the right is Ford Field, home to the Detroit Lions football team. Directly behind Ford Field is Comerica Park, home to the Detroit Tigers baseball team. Detroit serves as a major river port connecting the Great Lakes system to the Saint Lawrence Seaway.


Detroit Skyline Panoramic Picture
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This twilight view of downtown Detroit was taken by James Blakeway. Located on the northwest shore of the Detroit River between Lake Erie and Lake Saint Clair, Detroit is the busiest inland waterway in the world and receives freighters from more than 100 world ports. Pictured on the far right is Detroit’s tallest building, the 73-story Detroit Marriott hotel, which is one of seven interconnected skyscrapers that comprise the GM Renaissance Center complex. The round building centered is Cobo Arena. It is part of Cobo Center complex, which hosts the North American International Auto Show. Moving left is Joe Louis Arena, home to the Detroit Red Wings hockey team.


East Carolina University Pirates - Dowdy Ficklen Stadium Panoramic Picture
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This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, features the Pirates of East Carolina University playing to the home crowd at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. Originally built in 1963 with a 10,000-seat capacity, the stadium now can welcome 50,000 fans after an end zone expansion project was completed for the 2010 season. Inspired by the legendary Blackbeard and other maritime swashbucklers who called eastern North Carolina their home, ECU officially became known as the Pirates in 1934. Founded in 1907, located in Greenville, North Carolina with a current student enrollment exceeding 27,500, East Carolina University competes at the NCAA Division I level as a member of Conference USA.


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