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Sports Masterpieces offers canvas artwork, posters, prints, photos, collectibles, and limited editions. A lot of our items are framed and/or autographed. We also stock autographed collectibles and limited editions.

On this site we have 3090 Sports Masterpieces. We are the Point of Origin and Distributor for many college photographers and football artists, and offer wholesale pricing to stores who want to carry our products. For more information please contact Jeff Zell at 404-931-1868. More About Us

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18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Oregon Ducks Autzen Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, provides testament to the best non-conference matchup of the year, as the No. 3 ranked Pac-12 Oregon Ducks played host to the No. 7 ranked Big Ten Michigan State Spartans at Autzen Stadium. The stage was set at this nationally televised event, when these two football programs took to the gridiron for an unforgettable matchup. At the closing whistle, with a roaring ovation from fans within college football’s loudest stadium, the Ducks had won the day
Oregon Ducks Autzen Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, provides testament to the best non-conference matchup of the year, as the No. 3 ranked Pac-12 Oregon Ducks played host to the No. 7 ranked Big Ten Michigan State Spartans at Autzen Stadium. The stage was set at this nationally televised event, when these two football programs took to the gridiron for an unforgettable matchup. At the closing whistle, with a roaring ovation from fans within college football’s loudest stadium, the Ducks had won the day
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Arizona State Sun Devils Sun Devil Stadium/Frank Kush Field 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by James Blakeway, captures the overtime thriller as the Arizona State Sun Devils football team defeated their ranked opponent, Missouri. Adding to the excitement of the evening, 70,236 evil fans were dressed in black to create the "Black Out" as the Sun Devils team debuted its new all black uniforms and helmets. Arizona State University was founded in 1885 in Tempe, Arizona. Today, the university spreads across the greater Phoenix metropolitan area and is broadly organized into 14 divisions and four campuses with annual enrollment of over 72,000 students.
Arizona State Sun Devils Sun Devil Stadium/Frank Kush Field 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by James Blakeway, captures the overtime thriller as the Arizona State Sun Devils football team defeated their ranked opponent, Missouri. Adding to the excitement of the evening, 70,236 evil fans were dressed in black to create the "Black Out" as the Sun Devils team debuted its new all black uniforms and helmets. Arizona State University was founded in 1885 in Tempe, Arizona. Today, the university spreads across the greater Phoenix metropolitan area and is broadly organized into 14 divisions and four campuses with annual enrollment of over 72,000 students.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Arizona Wildcats Arizona Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This aerial panorama of the University of Arizona was taken by Christopher Gjevre, and features the Tucson campus during an Arizona Wildcats football game. Centered in the panorama, with a seating capacity of 57,803, is Arizona Stadium, home to the Arizona Wildcats football team. On the right, with its white roof is McKale Memorial Center, home of Arizona basketball, volleyball and gymnastics competitions. The University of Arizona was established in 1885 as the first university in the Arizona Territory, and emphasizes excellence in teaching, research and public service. The University has over 39,000 students and over 14,500 employees.
Arizona Wildcats Arizona Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This aerial panorama of the University of Arizona was taken by Christopher Gjevre, and features the Tucson campus during an Arizona Wildcats football game. Centered in the panorama, with a seating capacity of 57,803, is Arizona Stadium, home to the Arizona Wildcats football team. On the right, with its white roof is McKale Memorial Center, home of Arizona basketball, volleyball and gymnastics competitions. The University of Arizona was established in 1885 as the first university in the Arizona Territory, and emphasizes excellence in teaching, research and public service. The University has over 39,000 students and over 14,500 employees.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: 2014 LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the LSU Tigers football team playing long-time rival, Ole Miss. This rivalry has colored the SEC landscape back to their first meeting in 1894. In 2008, this annual contest was renamed the Magnolia Bowl since the magnolia flower is the state flower of both Louisiana and Mississippi. Serving as a backdrop to the festivities is the $80 million renovation to Tiger Stadium's South end zone, which increased total stadium seating capacity to 102,321, making it the second largest in the SEC and fifth in the nation. Highlights of the remodel included 2 HD replay boards, 66 premium suites, a 3,000 seat club section and 1,400 general public seats.
2014 LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the LSU Tigers football team playing long-time rival, Ole Miss. This rivalry has colored the SEC landscape back to their first meeting in 1894. In 2008, this annual contest was renamed the Magnolia Bowl since the magnolia flower is the state flower of both Louisiana and Mississippi. Serving as a backdrop to the festivities is the $80 million renovation to Tiger Stadium's South end zone, which increased total stadium seating capacity to 102,321, making it the second largest in the SEC and fifth in the nation. Highlights of the remodel included 2 HD replay boards, 66 premium suites, a 3,000 seat club section and 1,400 general public seats.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: 2014 LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the LSU Tigers football team playing long-time rival, Ole Miss. This rivalry has colored the SEC landscape back to their first meeting in 1894. In 2008, this annual contest was renamed the Magnolia Bowl since the magnolia flower is the state flower of both Louisiana and Mississippi. Serving as a backdrop to the festivities is the $80 million renovation to Tiger Stadium's South end zone, which increased total stadium seating capacity to 102,321, making it the second largest in the SEC and fifth in the nation. Highlights of the remodel included 2 HD replay boards, 66 premium suites, a 3,000 seat club section and 1,400 general public seats.
2014 LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the LSU Tigers football team playing long-time rival, Ole Miss. This rivalry has colored the SEC landscape back to their first meeting in 1894. In 2008, this annual contest was renamed the Magnolia Bowl since the magnolia flower is the state flower of both Louisiana and Mississippi. Serving as a backdrop to the festivities is the $80 million renovation to Tiger Stadium's South end zone, which increased total stadium seating capacity to 102,321, making it the second largest in the SEC and fifth in the nation. Highlights of the remodel included 2 HD replay boards, 66 premium suites, a 3,000 seat club section and 1,400 general public seats.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This aerial panorama of Louisiana State University, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights Tiger Stadium. When Tiger Stadium opened in 1924, seating capacity was 12,000. As of 2008, it is the sixth-largest college football stadium in the nation, holding 92,400 fans - the largest crowd reaching 92,910. The stadium is legendary for crowd noise, giving it the nickname "Death Valley," for its excruciating levels of decibel-breaking sound. Overall, LSU Tigers football, nicknamed the "Bayou Bengals," has over 697 victories (12th most in NCAA history) and 3 national titles. Established in 1860, Louisiana State University is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and educates over 28,000 students.
LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This aerial panorama of Louisiana State University, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights Tiger Stadium. When Tiger Stadium opened in 1924, seating capacity was 12,000. As of 2008, it is the sixth-largest college football stadium in the nation, holding 92,400 fans - the largest crowd reaching 92,910. The stadium is legendary for crowd noise, giving it the nickname "Death Valley," for its excruciating levels of decibel-breaking sound. Overall, LSU Tigers football, nicknamed the "Bayou Bengals," has over 697 victories (12th most in NCAA history) and 3 national titles. Established in 1860, Louisiana State University is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and educates over 28,000 students.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This aerial panorama of Louisiana State University, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights Tiger Stadium. When Tiger Stadium opened in 1924, seating capacity was 12,000. As of 2008, it is the sixth-largest college football stadium in the nation, holding 92,400 fans - the largest crowd reaching 92,910. The stadium is legendary for crowd noise, giving it the nickname "Death Valley," for its excruciating levels of decibel-breaking sound. Overall, LSU Tigers football, nicknamed the "Bayou Bengals," has over 697 victories (12th most in NCAA history) and 3 national titles. Established in 1860, Louisiana State University is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and educates over 28,000 students.
LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This aerial panorama of Louisiana State University, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights Tiger Stadium. When Tiger Stadium opened in 1924, seating capacity was 12,000. As of 2008, it is the sixth-largest college football stadium in the nation, holding 92,400 fans - the largest crowd reaching 92,910. The stadium is legendary for crowd noise, giving it the nickname "Death Valley," for its excruciating levels of decibel-breaking sound. Overall, LSU Tigers football, nicknamed the "Bayou Bengals," has over 697 victories (12th most in NCAA history) and 3 national titles. Established in 1860, Louisiana State University is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and educates over 28,000 students.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the victorious University of Florida Gators football team at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field. In 1989, the stadium was named in honor of citrus magnate Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., who was an alumnus and major benefactor of the University. Since its original construction in 1930, the Stadium has been renovated and expanded to its current seating capacity of 88,548 fans. It is the largest stadium in the state of Florida and one of the largest and loudest anywhere in the country. The Gators compete in the SEC Eastern Division and are one of twelve members of the SEC. Students at the University come from more than 130 countries and all 50 states.
Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the victorious University of Florida Gators football team at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field. In 1989, the stadium was named in honor of citrus magnate Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., who was an alumnus and major benefactor of the University. Since its original construction in 1930, the Stadium has been renovated and expanded to its current seating capacity of 88,548 fans. It is the largest stadium in the state of Florida and one of the largest and loudest anywhere in the country. The Gators compete in the SEC Eastern Division and are one of twelve members of the SEC. Students at the University come from more than 130 countries and all 50 states.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the victorious University of Florida Gators football team at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field. In 1989, the stadium was named in honor of citrus magnate Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., who was an alumnus and major benefactor of the University. Since its original construction in 1930, the Stadium has been renovated and expanded to its current seating capacity of 88,548 fans. It is the largest stadium in the state of Florida and one of the largest and loudest anywhere in the country. The Gators compete in the SEC Eastern Division and are one of twelve members of the SEC. Students at the University come from more than 130 countries and all 50 states.
Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the victorious University of Florida Gators football team at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field. In 1989, the stadium was named in honor of citrus magnate Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., who was an alumnus and major benefactor of the University. Since its original construction in 1930, the Stadium has been renovated and expanded to its current seating capacity of 88,548 fans. It is the largest stadium in the state of Florida and one of the largest and loudest anywhere in the country. The Gators compete in the SEC Eastern Division and are one of twelve members of the SEC. Students at the University come from more than 130 countries and all 50 states.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field was taken by James Blakeway during a Florida Gators football game. Known as Florida Field for 59 years, in 1989 it was renamed in honor of citrus grower and major school supporter Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. Nicknamed "The Swamp", it holds over 88,000 seats. The stadium lives up to its haunting nickname with temperatures reaching a humid 100 degrees. The size and excitement of the fans concentrates the noise at field level, making it one of the loudest stadiums in America. It has been regularly ranked as one of the toughest places to play. The university, founded in 1853 in Gainesville, Florida, has over 51,000 students.
Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field was taken by James Blakeway during a Florida Gators football game. Known as Florida Field for 59 years, in 1989 it was renamed in honor of citrus grower and major school supporter Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. Nicknamed "The Swamp", it holds over 88,000 seats. The stadium lives up to its haunting nickname with temperatures reaching a humid 100 degrees. The size and excitement of the fans concentrates the noise at field level, making it one of the loudest stadiums in America. It has been regularly ranked as one of the toughest places to play. The university, founded in 1853 in Gainesville, Florida, has over 51,000 students.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field was taken by James Blakeway during a Florida Gators football game. Known as Florida Field for 59 years, in 1989 it was renamed in honor of citrus grower and major school supporter Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. Nicknamed "The Swamp", it holds over 88,000 seats. The stadium lives up to its haunting nickname with temperatures reaching a humid 100 degrees. The size and excitement of the fans concentrates the noise at field level, making it one of the loudest stadiums in America. It has been regularly ranked as one of the toughest places to play. The university, founded in 1853 in Gainesville, Florida, has over 51,000 students.
Florida Gators Ben Hill Griffin Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field was taken by James Blakeway during a Florida Gators football game. Known as Florida Field for 59 years, in 1989 it was renamed in honor of citrus grower and major school supporter Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. Nicknamed "The Swamp", it holds over 88,000 seats. The stadium lives up to its haunting nickname with temperatures reaching a humid 100 degrees. The size and excitement of the fans concentrates the noise at field level, making it one of the loudest stadiums in America. It has been regularly ranked as one of the toughest places to play. The university, founded in 1853 in Gainesville, Florida, has over 51,000 students.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Florida Gators Stephen C.O'Connell Center basketball panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the Florida Gators men’s basketball team in a win over the Tennessee Volunteers at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center, more commonly referred to as the O’Dome. Florida’s student section, dubbed the “Rowdy Reptiles,” has made the O’Dome one of the toughest places to play in the nation. As the game wrapped-up, the sixth-ranked Gators had a March-like gleam in their eyes and held the Volunteers to a season-low in points and shooting percentage. The University of Florida is a top ranked public national university, located on a 2,000 acre campus in Gainesville, Florida.
Florida Gators Stephen C.O'Connell Center basketball panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the Florida Gators men’s basketball team in a win over the Tennessee Volunteers at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center, more commonly referred to as the O’Dome. Florida’s student section, dubbed the “Rowdy Reptiles,” has made the O’Dome one of the toughest places to play in the nation. As the game wrapped-up, the sixth-ranked Gators had a March-like gleam in their eyes and held the Volunteers to a season-low in points and shooting percentage. The University of Florida is a top ranked public national university, located on a 2,000 acre campus in Gainesville, Florida.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: South Carolina Gamecock Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the on-field action of the South Carolina Gamecocks football team playing at Williams-Brice Stadium. Home to the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, the Stadium is recognized as one of the finest facilities in all of college football, with a brand-new, state-of-the-art high-definition video/score board. Williams-Brice Stadium, formerly Carolina Stadium, was first constructed in 1934 and seated 17,600 fans. Today, after a number of expansions and revisions, it provides seating for 80,250 fans. Carolina annually ranks among the nation's leaders in attendance and, Gamecock fans are regarded as some of the most loyal in the country.
South Carolina Gamecock Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the on-field action of the South Carolina Gamecocks football team playing at Williams-Brice Stadium. Home to the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, the Stadium is recognized as one of the finest facilities in all of college football, with a brand-new, state-of-the-art high-definition video/score board. Williams-Brice Stadium, formerly Carolina Stadium, was first constructed in 1934 and seated 17,600 fans. Today, after a number of expansions and revisions, it provides seating for 80,250 fans. Carolina annually ranks among the nation's leaders in attendance and, Gamecock fans are regarded as some of the most loyal in the country.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: South Carolina Gamecock Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the on-field action of the South Carolina Gamecocks football team playing at Williams-Brice Stadium. Home to the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, the Stadium is recognized as one of the finest facilities in all of college football, with a brand-new, state-of-the-art high-definition video/score board. Williams-Brice Stadium, formerly Carolina Stadium, was first constructed in 1934 and seated 17,600 fans. Today, after a number of expansions and revisions, it provides seating for 80,250 fans. Carolina annually ranks among the nation's leaders in attendance and, Gamecock fans are regarded as some of the most loyal in the country.
South Carolina Gamecock Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the on-field action of the South Carolina Gamecocks football team playing at Williams-Brice Stadium. Home to the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, the Stadium is recognized as one of the finest facilities in all of college football, with a brand-new, state-of-the-art high-definition video/score board. Williams-Brice Stadium, formerly Carolina Stadium, was first constructed in 1934 and seated 17,600 fans. Today, after a number of expansions and revisions, it provides seating for 80,250 fans. Carolina annually ranks among the nation's leaders in attendance and, Gamecock fans are regarded as some of the most loyal in the country.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: South Carolina Gamecocks Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the South Carolina Gamecocks football team living up to their unique moniker with a victory over their opponent and finishing their first sweep of the SEC East. The Gamecocks were named in honor of Thomas Sumter, a South Carolina war hero who fought during the American Revolution. Sumter was given his name, "The Carolina Gamecock," for his fierce fighting tactics. South Carolina fielded its first football team in 1892, against Furman on Christmas Eve in Charleston. In 1992, the Gamecocks moved to the SEC and, in 2010, they won their first SEC Eastern Division Championship, the same year they defeated the #1 ranked team in the country.
South Carolina Gamecocks Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the South Carolina Gamecocks football team living up to their unique moniker with a victory over their opponent and finishing their first sweep of the SEC East. The Gamecocks were named in honor of Thomas Sumter, a South Carolina war hero who fought during the American Revolution. Sumter was given his name, "The Carolina Gamecock," for his fierce fighting tactics. South Carolina fielded its first football team in 1892, against Furman on Christmas Eve in Charleston. In 1992, the Gamecocks moved to the SEC and, in 2010, they won their first SEC Eastern Division Championship, the same year they defeated the #1 ranked team in the country.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: South Carolina Gamecocks Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the South Carolina Gamecocks football team living up to their unique moniker with a victory over their opponent and finishing their first sweep of the SEC East. The Gamecocks were named in honor of Thomas Sumter, a South Carolina war hero who fought during the American Revolution. Sumter was given his name, "The Carolina Gamecock," for his fierce fighting tactics. South Carolina fielded its first football team in 1892, against Furman on Christmas Eve in Charleston. In 1992, the Gamecocks moved to the SEC and, in 2010, they won their first SEC Eastern Division Championship, the same year they defeated the #1 ranked team in the country.
South Carolina Gamecocks Williams-Brice Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the South Carolina Gamecocks football team living up to their unique moniker with a victory over their opponent and finishing their first sweep of the SEC East. The Gamecocks were named in honor of Thomas Sumter, a South Carolina war hero who fought during the American Revolution. Sumter was given his name, "The Carolina Gamecock," for his fierce fighting tactics. South Carolina fielded its first football team in 1892, against Furman on Christmas Eve in Charleston. In 1992, the Gamecocks moved to the SEC and, in 2010, they won their first SEC Eastern Division Championship, the same year they defeated the #1 ranked team in the country.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: South Carolina Gamecocks Carolina Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the University of South Carolina baseball team playing for a win on their home field at Carolina Stadium. Unveiled in 2009 and located adjacent to the Congaree River, Carolina Stadium is considered one of the top college baseball stadiums in the United States, with a seating capacity for over 9,000 fans. The Gamecocks are one of the best teams in college baseball with an impressive record including regular NCAA Tournament participation and College World Series (CWS) appearances. In 2010, the Gamecocks became the first team to win six straight games in a World Series and the third team to win the CWS after losing its first game of the series.
South Carolina Gamecocks Carolina Stadium panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the University of South Carolina baseball team playing for a win on their home field at Carolina Stadium. Unveiled in 2009 and located adjacent to the Congaree River, Carolina Stadium is considered one of the top college baseball stadiums in the United States, with a seating capacity for over 9,000 fans. The Gamecocks are one of the best teams in college baseball with an impressive record including regular NCAA Tournament participation and College World Series (CWS) appearances. In 2010, the Gamecocks became the first team to win six straight games in a World Series and the third team to win the CWS after losing its first game of the series.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Missouri Tigers Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by Robert Pettit, features the Missouri Tigers football team facing Vanderbilt in an inner-conference match-up at Faurot Field. The Tigers victory added to Mizzou’s Homecoming celebration, a tradition that started over 100 years ago. Known as the birthplace of Homecoming, it all began in 1911 when former athletic director Chester Brewer, called for alumni to “come home” for the annual football game versus KU. Today, Mizzou Homecoming has grown into one of the largest student-run celebrations of its kind and was recently named the best Homecoming in the nation. The University of Missouri was founded in Columbia, Missouri, in 1839.
Missouri Tigers Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by Robert Pettit, features the Missouri Tigers football team facing Vanderbilt in an inner-conference match-up at Faurot Field. The Tigers victory added to Mizzou’s Homecoming celebration, a tradition that started over 100 years ago. Known as the birthplace of Homecoming, it all began in 1911 when former athletic director Chester Brewer, called for alumni to “come home” for the annual football game versus KU. Today, Mizzou Homecoming has grown into one of the largest student-run celebrations of its kind and was recently named the best Homecoming in the nation. The University of Missouri was founded in Columbia, Missouri, in 1839.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: Missouri Tigers Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights a blaze of gold as the University of Missouri Tigers crushed their second consecutive ranked opponent for the first time since 1976. Playing on home turf, the Tigers defeated the Florida Gators with a final score of 36-17. The storied history of Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, also known as “The Zou,” dates back to its opening in 1926. Today, fans enjoy the many changes to the stadium that have occurred, including an expansion to the north concourse area and moving the hill closer to the field. In the process, the Rock M was safely stored and reconstructed to maintain the important historical landmark that Tiger fans have grown to love.
Missouri Tigers Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights a blaze of gold as the University of Missouri Tigers crushed their second consecutive ranked opponent for the first time since 1976. Playing on home turf, the Tigers defeated the Florida Gators with a final score of 36-17. The storied history of Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, also known as “The Zou,” dates back to its opening in 1926. Today, fans enjoy the many changes to the stadium that have occurred, including an expansion to the north concourse area and moving the hill closer to the field. In the process, the Rock M was safely stored and reconstructed to maintain the important historical landmark that Tiger fans have grown to love.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Missouri Tigers Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights a blaze of gold as the University of Missouri Tigers crushed their second consecutive ranked opponent for the first time since 1976. Playing on home turf, the Tigers defeated the Florida Gators with a final score of 36-17. The storied history of Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, also known as “The Zou,” dates back to its opening in 1926. Today, fans enjoy the many changes to the stadium that have occurred, including an expansion to the north concourse area and moving the hill closer to the field. In the process, the Rock M was safely stored and reconstructed to maintain the important historical landmark that Tiger fans have grown to love.
Missouri Tigers Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights a blaze of gold as the University of Missouri Tigers crushed their second consecutive ranked opponent for the first time since 1976. Playing on home turf, the Tigers defeated the Florida Gators with a final score of 36-17. The storied history of Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field, also known as “The Zou,” dates back to its opening in 1926. Today, fans enjoy the many changes to the stadium that have occurred, including an expansion to the north concourse area and moving the hill closer to the field. In the process, the Rock M was safely stored and reconstructed to maintain the important historical landmark that Tiger fans have grown to love.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: Missouri Tigers Tiger Walk panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama of Tiger Walk honors one of the cherished traditions of University of Missouri graduates. It was taken August 24, 2014, during the university’s 175th anniversary. Freshmen run through the Columns toward Jesse Hall during Tiger Walk to symbolize their entrance into the university and the start of a new academic year. MU faculty, staff and alumni volunteers greet them with Tiger Stripe ice cream, and Marching Mizzou performs a concert. The words of the university’s alma mater capture the spirit: “Proud art thou in classic beauty, of thy noble past; with thy watchwords, honor, duty, thy high fame shall last.”
Missouri Tigers Tiger Walk panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama of Tiger Walk honors one of the cherished traditions of University of Missouri graduates. It was taken August 24, 2014, during the university’s 175th anniversary. Freshmen run through the Columns toward Jesse Hall during Tiger Walk to symbolize their entrance into the university and the start of a new academic year. MU faculty, staff and alumni volunteers greet them with Tiger Stripe ice cream, and Marching Mizzou performs a concert. The words of the university’s alma mater capture the spirit: “Proud art thou in classic beauty, of thy noble past; with thy watchwords, honor, duty, thy high fame shall last.”
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Missouri Tigers Tiger Walk panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama of Tiger Walk honors one of the cherished traditions of University of Missouri graduates. It was taken August 24, 2014, during the university’s 175th anniversary. Freshmen run through the Columns toward Jesse Hall during Tiger Walk to symbolize their entrance into the university and the start of a new academic year. MU faculty, staff and alumni volunteers greet them with Tiger Stripe ice cream, and Marching Mizzou performs a concert. The words of the university’s alma mater capture the spirit: “Proud art thou in classic beauty, of thy noble past; with thy watchwords, honor, duty, thy high fame shall last.”
Missouri Tigers Tiger Walk panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama of Tiger Walk honors one of the cherished traditions of University of Missouri graduates. It was taken August 24, 2014, during the university’s 175th anniversary. Freshmen run through the Columns toward Jesse Hall during Tiger Walk to symbolize their entrance into the university and the start of a new academic year. MU faculty, staff and alumni volunteers greet them with Tiger Stripe ice cream, and Marching Mizzou performs a concert. The words of the university’s alma mater capture the spirit: “Proud art thou in classic beauty, of thy noble past; with thy watchwords, honor, duty, thy high fame shall last.”
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Print - $189.99
Picture: Missouri Tigers Mizzou Arena panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama captures the thrilling victory of the final point free throw between the Mizzou Tigers and Kansas on Feb. 4, 2012. The final score was Missouri 74, Kansas 71. This historic event filled Mizzou Arena to capacity, with 15,061 enthusiastic fans. The University of Missouri was established in 1839 and was the first public institution of higher education west of the Mississippi River. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway.
Missouri Tigers Mizzou Arena panoramic print professionally double matted in team colors and framed. This panorama captures the thrilling victory of the final point free throw between the Mizzou Tigers and Kansas on Feb. 4, 2012. The final score was Missouri 74, Kansas 71. This historic event filled Mizzou Arena to capacity, with 15,061 enthusiastic fans. The University of Missouri was established in 1839 and was the first public institution of higher education west of the Mississippi River. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Missouri Tigers Mizzou Arena panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama captures the thrilling victory of the final point free throw between the Mizzou Tigers and Kansas on Feb. 4, 2012. The final score was Missouri 74, Kansas 71. This historic event filled Mizzou Arena to capacity, with 15,061 enthusiastic fans. The University of Missouri was established in 1839 and was the first public institution of higher education west of the Mississippi River. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway.
Missouri Tigers Mizzou Arena panoramic print professionally framed. This panorama captures the thrilling victory of the final point free throw between the Mizzou Tigers and Kansas on Feb. 4, 2012. The final score was Missouri 74, Kansas 71. This historic event filled Mizzou Arena to capacity, with 15,061 enthusiastic fans. The University of Missouri was established in 1839 and was the first public institution of higher education west of the Mississippi River. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Poster - $99.99
Picture: Auburn Tigers Jordan-Hare Stadium 2013 Iron Bowl win vs. Alabama on kickoff return game panoramic poster professionally framed. This panorama spotlights the Auburn Tigers making one of the touchdowns that clinched their spot in the SEC championship game, with a stunning victory over Alabama in the 2013 Iron Bowl. The game came down to the last play when the Tigers returned a missed field-goal attempt for more than 100 yards for a touchdown to lift No. 4 Auburn to a 34-28 victory over No. 1 Alabama. The Iron Bowl is the annual football rivalry played between the two largest public universities in the state of Alabama and this game was one of the most dramatic in the rivalry’s 78-year history, as the fans flooded the field in celebration. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway on November 30, 2013.
Auburn Tigers Jordan-Hare Stadium 2013 Iron Bowl win vs. Alabama on kickoff return game panoramic poster professionally framed. This panorama spotlights the Auburn Tigers making one of the touchdowns that clinched their spot in the SEC championship game, with a stunning victory over Alabama in the 2013 Iron Bowl. The game came down to the last play when the Tigers returned a missed field-goal attempt for more than 100 yards for a touchdown to lift No. 4 Auburn to a 34-28 victory over No. 1 Alabama. The Iron Bowl is the annual football rivalry played between the two largest public universities in the state of Alabama and this game was one of the most dramatic in the rivalry’s 78-year history, as the fans flooded the field in celebration. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway on November 30, 2013.
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