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Images: Northern Illinois arrives in Miami for Orange Bowl

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Northern Illinois head coach Rod Carey poses with Obie, the Orange Bowl mascot, Wednesday as the team arrives at Miami International Airport in Miami. Northern Illinois is scheduled to play Florida State in the Orange Bowl on Tuesday.
Northern Illinois head coach Rod Carey poses with Obie, the Orange Bowl mascot, Wednesday as the team arrives at Miami International Airport in Miami. Northern Illinois is scheduled to play Florida State in the Orange Bowl on Tuesday.
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Northern Illinois players are greeted Wednesday by Orange Bowl Committee Members handing out oranges and gift bags as the team arrives at Miami International Airport.
Northern Illinois players are greeted Wednesday by Orange Bowl Committee Members handing out oranges and gift bags as the team arrives at Miami International Airport.
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Northern Illinois' Martel Moore throws a ball Wednesday during practice, Wednesday in Miami.
Northern Illinois' Martel Moore throws a ball Wednesday during practice, Wednesday in Miami.
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Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch throws a pass Wednesday during practice.
Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch throws a pass Wednesday during practice.
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Northern Illinois' Giorgio Bowers walks onto the field Wednesday during practice.
Northern Illinois' Giorgio Bowers walks onto the field Wednesday during practice.
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Northern Illinois coach Rod Carey works with his players Wednesday during practice.
Northern Illinois coach Rod Carey works with his players Wednesday during practice.
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Northern Illinois head coach Rod Carey is greeted by Obie, the Orange Bowl mascot, Wednesday as the team arrives at Miami International Airport.
Northern Illinois head coach Rod Carey is greeted by Obie, the Orange Bowl mascot, Wednesday as the team arrives at Miami International Airport.
Associated Press
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