Our front row tickets for the game.
The Old Main, the oldest building on the University of Arizona campus
The girls and I pause for a moment outside the stadium
Dr. Arthur C. Bartner and the USC Trojan Marching Band make a little pregame music in the stands
Pete Caroll leads the Trojans back to the locker room after pregame warmups
The view of the stands from our seats. Check out the duds on the old guy!
Tommy and the band settle in for the first half
The Trojan captains enter the playing field
The Trojans kick off to begin the ball game
Fans, as seen from across the stadium through my zoom lens
John David Booty calls an audible
John David Booty hands off to Chauncey Washington
When the line of scrimmage moved in front of us, this was our view
Mario Danello kicks to try for a 3-0 USC lead
The ball sails through the uprights for USC's first three points of the game
A couple of Pop Warner teams competed on the field during halftime
The Wildcat cheerleaders came around a couple of times
A young Wildcat fan gets to see the Arizona marching band up close
The late Mario Danello takes a few practice kicks
The worst thing about being in the front row is definitely the camera guys
Moody scores one play after Sartz recovers a muffed punt
Here we are, enjoying the win
Emmanuel Moody talks to a reporter
USC 20 Arizona 3
The postgame performance
We met a few of the cheerleaders and song girls after the game
The Song Girls celebrate the victory.
Tommy Trojan and the USC Song Girls lead the exit from Arizona Stadium
The girls were enthusiastically bid farewell by the Spirit of Troy
Boot Hill, the famous graveyard of Tombstone, Arizona
The final resting place of some of the dead from the shootout at the O.K. Corral
The Old Tombstone Courthouse
The gallows outside the Old Tombstone Courthouse
Inside one of the actual courtrooms at the Old Tombstone Courthouse
Looking down along the main dirt road in Tombstone
A performance shoots a soda can during the OK Corral show.
These men appear to be on break between performances.
Some horses tied up outside the old saloon.
This saloon was the last thing we checked out before the long drive back.