College Football Junkie

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Bowling Green State University

Posted by Strickland on August 22, 2015

This summer, 2015, my daughter started playing a traveling lacrosse middle school tournament team.  One of the tournaments we had was in Lansing, Michigan, home of the Michigan State Spartans.  Growing up, my parents told me I have been to Michigan.  I don’t remember it.  So, I was excited about going to a new state and to Michigan.  I’ve always loved the Detroit Tigers and Michigan Wolverines.  Don’t know why.  I’m from Nashville, TN, and have lived there all my life until college.  I think it’s their history that drew this kid from Nashville to like them.

On the way up to Lansing, on I-75N from Cincinnati, I noticed that we were coming into the city of Bowling Green, Ohio.  I knew that Bowling Green State University Falcons was here, but I never thought that their stadium was off the interstate basically in an open field.

So, while driving to Michigan, I see the BGSU stadium — Doyt L. Perry Stadium – Bowling Green State University.  I wasn’t prepared to take a picture, and we weren’t going to stop to visit.  I was going to be prepared on the way back home.  On our way home, I was driving, and my wife made the pictures for me.  The pictures aren’t great, because of the weather, and from a car.  But, this is one little college that I can take a trip with my two sons for a little game.  Perhaps we could go to a game that they play this year on a weeknight, or later in the near future.

Below are the pictures from the car.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

Picture taken from in the car on I-75 in Ohio.

 

 

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