PHOTOS: Teams battle snow, freezing temperatures around nation

By Eye on College Football staff

Braxton Miller breaks a tackle as the snow really starts coming down. (USATSI)
Braxton Miller breaks a tackle as the snow really starts coming down. (USATSI)

Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we've no place to go
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!!

It's not Thanksgiving yet, but a few areas of the country are already starting to feel the effects of winter with a little snow.

Columbus, Ohio is seeing temperatures dip into the 20s as it reached 29 degrees farenheit during Ohio State's game against Indiana.

A handful of fans also current resist the opportunity to tweet pictures from their seats:

It snowed in South Bend, Indiana where temperatures feel to 23 degrees during the game.

Cam McDaniel carries the ball as Alani Fua tries to bring him down. (USATSI)
Cam McDaniel carries the ball as Alani Fua tries to bring him down. (USATSI)

Earlier, during the Michigan-Iowa game, temperature at kickoff was 18 degrees.

According to research done by KCRG-TV in Cedar Rapids, it was the coldest kickoff-temperature ever for an Iowa home football game. The previous low was 23 degrees at kickoff of a Nov. 20, 1926 game against Northwestern.

 
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