Will you find Andrew Luck? Perhaps not, but Indianapolis Colts fans will have a chance to check out Lucas Oil Stadium in all its panoramic glory on Google Maps. Visit the locker room, the Quarterback Suite and even more. Below is a view of the field: For more awesome 360 degree images click here
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As many of you read in this space on Monday, the NFL is granting one-day admission to the combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday to 250 lucky fans.
Have you always wanted your own seat at the NFL Scouting Combine so you could size up the next season’s top rookies like a real-life NFL coach or general manager?
Three dedicated fans from Iowa and Wisconsin come to the Super Bowl every year without the safety net of tickets in hand. They always get in.
Massive piles of food and drink are being prepared on every level of Lucas Oil Stadium ahead of Super Bowl XLVI, so let’s take a look at what the Super Bowl XLVI menu has to offer.
In the real world, Super Bowl XLVI kicks off Sunday. In the magical realms of Legoland, the game has already begun.
Less than one hour after earning a trip to the Super Bowl with Sunday’s thrilling 20-17 overtime victory in San Francisco, the New York Giants started delivering some bad news to many of their season ticket holders.
Pointing out Lucas Oil Stadium’s retractable roof, a security man said it’s rarely opened for games. “The ‘Manning Rule,’” he said. “We don’t open that thing unless it’s the perfect conditions for Peyton.”
All is quiet Thursday morning at the media area inside Lucas Oil Stadium. That will change, but for now, we’re just waiting for prospects, coaches and GMs to take the podiums, kicking off the NFL Scouting Combine.
Posted: Thursday, February 25th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, Chan Gailey, Jeff Ireland, Jim Schwartz, Kevin, Kevin Colbert, Lucas Oil Stadium, Mike Singletary, Scot McCloughan, Scott Pioli
The opening scenes of the 2010 Scouting Combine are underway, as the first groups of the 329 invited players arrive and coaches and general managers meet with the media.
The second day of the 2009 NFL Scouting Combine has started appropriately enough, with NFL Network’s Mike Mayock answering questions for the media. Like the walking, talking, broadcasting football encyclopedia that he is, Mayock is rattling off times, numbers and figures for potential NFL prospects on a whim. He just finished comparing former Texas Tech receiver Michael Crabtree and Larry Fitzgerald, making note that when Fitzgerald was going through this process, no one thought he had enough separation speed. So that’s where we begin. Not much is going on in the NFL that isn’t happening in Indy. Nearly every executive, coach and scout is in or around town, the current mecca of the football world … and you’d be hard-pressed […]
With Tropical Storm Gustav threatening to hit the Louisiana coast early next week as a major hurricane, the Saints have made precautionary plans if they need to evacuate from New Orleans. Saints executive VP/GM Mickey Loomis said in a statement late Thursday the team would evacuate to Indianapolis.