the 2010 new era pinstripe bowl

December 26, 2010: K-State’s Adam Repass-Orduna sleeps on the flight to New York.

December 27, 2010: K-State football players visit the top of the Empire State Building.

December 27, 2010: The K-State football team walks through Ground Zero.

December 27, 2010: The K-State football team practices at the New York Giants facility.

December 28, 2010: K-State’s Josh Berard greets Alejandra Turcios, 21 months old, at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.

December 28, 2010: The K-State football team practices at the New York Jets facility.

December 28, 2010: The K-State football team sails on a yacht around Manhattan.

December 29, 2010: The K-State football team eats breakfast at the Hard Rock Cafe.

December 30, 2010: The K-State football team enters Yankee Stadium to play Syracuse.

December 30, 2010: K-State’s Terrance Sweeney gets upended against Syracuse.

I just returned from a week in New York City, “the Greatest City in the World”, “the City that Never Sleeps”, and “the Big Apple”, to document the K-State football team’s trip to the inaugural New Era Pinstripe Bowl to play against Syracuse in Yankee Stadium on December 30, 2010.

Although K-State lost a heartbreaker to Syracuse, 36-34, every 16-hour day was worth it for me. New York City has more flavor, passion, and energy than any city in the world. I love NY.

I posted additional images at: www.sportsshooter.com/scottweaver/pinstripe_bowl/

-scott weaver

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One Response to the 2010 new era pinstripe bowl

  1. jeffjacobsen says:

    Enjoyed every image.

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