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13.75 X 40.25 Framed Print - $99.99
Picture: Michigan Wolverines vs. Michigan State Spartans Michigan Stadium 13 X 40 panoramic print professionally framed to 13.75 X 40.25. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the college ice hockey game between long-time rivals – the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. The match-up, known as "The Big Chill at the Big House," was held at Michigan Stadium on December 11, 2010. The event set a new world record for the largest crowd at an outdoor ice hockey game with attendance of 113,411. The past record set in May 2010, at the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship game, was 77,803. This is the second outdoor ice hockey game to be played between the two storied programs. The first game, also a resounding success, occurred in 2001 and was referred to as the "Cold War."
Michigan Wolverines vs. Michigan State Spartans Michigan Stadium 13 X 40 panoramic print professionally framed to 13.75 X 40.25. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the college ice hockey game between long-time rivals – the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. The match-up, known as "The Big Chill at the Big House," was held at Michigan Stadium on December 11, 2010. The event set a new world record for the largest crowd at an outdoor ice hockey game with attendance of 113,411. The past record set in May 2010, at the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship game, was 77,803. This is the second outdoor ice hockey game to be played between the two storied programs. The first game, also a resounding success, occurred in 2001 and was referred to as the "Cold War."
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Indiana Hoosiers Memorial Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of Memorial Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, highlights the action of an Indiana Hoosiers football game. Memorial Stadium, located in Bloomington, Indiana, opened in 1960. It replaced the "old" Memorial Stadium, a 20,000 seat stadium built in 1925. After many renovations, seating capacity now holds 52,692. The Hoosiers football program began in 1887 and competes in the Big Ten Conference. Established in 1820 as the Indiana State Seminary, eight years later the name was changed to Indiana College and officially changed to Indiana University in 1838. Indiana University enrolls 107,000 plus students at all IU campuses.
Indiana Hoosiers Memorial Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of Memorial Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, highlights the action of an Indiana Hoosiers football game. Memorial Stadium, located in Bloomington, Indiana, opened in 1960. It replaced the "old" Memorial Stadium, a 20,000 seat stadium built in 1925. After many renovations, seating capacity now holds 52,692. The Hoosiers football program began in 1887 and competes in the Big Ten Conference. Established in 1820 as the Indiana State Seminary, eight years later the name was changed to Indiana College and officially changed to Indiana University in 1838. Indiana University enrolls 107,000 plus students at all IU campuses.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Poster - $99.99
Picture: Indiana Hoosiers Memorial Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally framed.This panorama of Memorial Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, highlights the action of an Indiana Hoosiers football game. Memorial Stadium, located in Bloomington, Indiana, opened in 1960. It replaced the "old" Memorial Stadium, a 20,000 seat stadium built in 1925. After many renovations, seating capacity now holds 52,692. The Hoosiers football program began in 1887 and competes in the Big Ten Conference. Established in 1820 as the Indiana State Seminary, eight years later the name was changed to Indiana College and officially changed to Indiana University in 1838. Indiana University enrolls 107,000 plus students at all IU campuses.
Indiana Hoosiers Memorial Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally framed.This panorama of Memorial Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, highlights the action of an Indiana Hoosiers football game. Memorial Stadium, located in Bloomington, Indiana, opened in 1960. It replaced the "old" Memorial Stadium, a 20,000 seat stadium built in 1925. After many renovations, seating capacity now holds 52,692. The Hoosiers football program began in 1887 and competes in the Big Ten Conference. Established in 1820 as the Indiana State Seminary, eight years later the name was changed to Indiana College and officially changed to Indiana University in 1838. Indiana University enrolls 107,000 plus students at all IU campuses.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Indiana Hoosiers Assembly Hall 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the Indiana Hoosiers impressive win over the North Carolina Tarheels, and the first night of the season's ACC/Big Ten Challenge between two of the most storied programs in all of college basketball. Adding to the evening festivities at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier fans were dressed in red to celebrate the "Red Out" game and, as tradition has dictated since 1979, the William Tell Overture played during the third time-out of the second half of the game. The Hoosiers have been part of the Big Ten Conference since 1899, fielded their first men's basketball team in the 1900-01 season and hold a long history of winning achievements.
Indiana Hoosiers Assembly Hall 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the Indiana Hoosiers impressive win over the North Carolina Tarheels, and the first night of the season's ACC/Big Ten Challenge between two of the most storied programs in all of college basketball. Adding to the evening festivities at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier fans were dressed in red to celebrate the "Red Out" game and, as tradition has dictated since 1979, the William Tell Overture played during the third time-out of the second half of the game. The Hoosiers have been part of the Big Ten Conference since 1899, fielded their first men's basketball team in the 1900-01 season and hold a long history of winning achievements.
13.75 X 40.25 Framed Poster - $99.99
Picture: Indiana Hoosiers Assembly Hall 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the Indiana Hoosiers impressive win over the North Carolina Tarheels, and the first night of the season's ACC/Big Ten Challenge between two of the most storied programs in all of college basketball. Adding to the evening festivities at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier fans were dressed in red to celebrate the "Red Out" game and, as tradition has dictated since 1979, the William Tell Overture played during the third time-out of the second half of the game. The Hoosiers have been part of the Big Ten Conference since 1899, fielded their first men's basketball team in the 1900-01 season and hold a long history of winning achievements.
Indiana Hoosiers Assembly Hall 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally framed. This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the Indiana Hoosiers impressive win over the North Carolina Tarheels, and the first night of the season's ACC/Big Ten Challenge between two of the most storied programs in all of college basketball. Adding to the evening festivities at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana, Hoosier fans were dressed in red to celebrate the "Red Out" game and, as tradition has dictated since 1979, the William Tell Overture played during the third time-out of the second half of the game. The Hoosiers have been part of the Big Ten Conference since 1899, fielded their first men's basketball team in the 1900-01 season and hold a long history of winning achievements.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: USC Trojans Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, captures the University of Southern California Trojans battling a Pac-12 conference opponent. The USC Trojans football program, established in 1888, is a football powerhouse with more players selected for the NFL Draft than any other university. In 2009, the Trojans were named "Team of the Decade" by CBS Sports and "Program of the Decade" by Sports Illustrated. USC is the oldest private research university in the western United States, with two main campuses in the Los Angeles area. The Trojan Family consists of more than 240,000 living alumni in positions of leadership all over the world.
USC Trojans Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, captures the University of Southern California Trojans battling a Pac-12 conference opponent. The USC Trojans football program, established in 1888, is a football powerhouse with more players selected for the NFL Draft than any other university. In 2009, the Trojans were named "Team of the Decade" by CBS Sports and "Program of the Decade" by Sports Illustrated. USC is the oldest private research university in the western United States, with two main campuses in the Los Angeles area. The Trojan Family consists of more than 240,000 living alumni in positions of leadership all over the world.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: USC Trojans Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, captures the USC Trojans football team playing on their home turf at Memorial Coliseum. Built in 1923, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, located on 17 acres in Exposition Park, is currently the sixth largest college football stadium with a capacity of 93,607. Established in 1888, the Pacific-10 Conference Trojans have been a football powerhouse, claiming 11 national titles, 37 conference titles, 46 bowl game appearances, and over 750 all-time wins. The University of Southern California, founded in 1880 in Los Angeles, California, is California's oldest private research university. Today, enrollment exceeds 33,500 students.
USC Trojans Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, captures the USC Trojans football team playing on their home turf at Memorial Coliseum. Built in 1923, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, located on 17 acres in Exposition Park, is currently the sixth largest college football stadium with a capacity of 93,607. Established in 1888, the Pacific-10 Conference Trojans have been a football powerhouse, claiming 11 national titles, 37 conference titles, 46 bowl game appearances, and over 750 all-time wins. The University of Southern California, founded in 1880 in Los Angeles, California, is California's oldest private research university. Today, enrollment exceeds 33,500 students.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Stanford Cardinal Stanford Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, portrays the excitement and atmosphere at a game between Stanford and Notre Dame, two schools with a deep college football tradition. Stanford, known as the Cardinal for the color of its deep red uniforms, was founded in 1891 and began playing football only a year later, with the first Big Game against rival Cal-Berkeley. In the years to follow, Stanford became known for its excellence in academics, as one of the world's premier universities, and for its heritage in athletics as the Home of Champions. Stanford University is located on 8,180 acres in Stanford, California, and is a private research university.
Stanford Cardinal Stanford Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, portrays the excitement and atmosphere at a game between Stanford and Notre Dame, two schools with a deep college football tradition. Stanford, known as the Cardinal for the color of its deep red uniforms, was founded in 1891 and began playing football only a year later, with the first Big Game against rival Cal-Berkeley. In the years to follow, Stanford became known for its excellence in academics, as one of the world's premier universities, and for its heritage in athletics as the Home of Champions. Stanford University is located on 8,180 acres in Stanford, California, and is a private research university.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: California Golden Bears Memorial Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, brings to focus the on-field action of the University of California Golden Bears football team playing their first regular season game in the $321 million newly renovated California Memorial Stadium, also known as Memorial Stadium. Since its opening in 1923, Memorial Stadium has treated fans of all ages to many of the greatest games in the history of Cal football. Today, the Stadium is retrofitted for the 21st century, with fan safety in mind, while maintaining the architecture and character of the historic structure. State-of-the-art video and ribbon boards complete the modernization of the Stadium by greeting fans as they arrive and greatly enhancing their in-game experience.
California Golden Bears Memorial Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, brings to focus the on-field action of the University of California Golden Bears football team playing their first regular season game in the $321 million newly renovated California Memorial Stadium, also known as Memorial Stadium. Since its opening in 1923, Memorial Stadium has treated fans of all ages to many of the greatest games in the history of Cal football. Today, the Stadium is retrofitted for the 21st century, with fan safety in mind, while maintaining the architecture and character of the historic structure. State-of-the-art video and ribbon boards complete the modernization of the Stadium by greeting fans as they arrive and greatly enhancing their in-game experience.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Utah Utes Rice-Eccles Stadium Blackout Game 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of Rice-Eccles Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the Utah Utes football team playing against Pac-12 Conference opponent, the USC Trojans. Seizing the importance of this game, Utah football asked fans to wear black as part of the team’s annual Blackout game dating back to the 2008 Sugar Bowl winning season when Utah hosted TCU. Utah and USC first competed against one another in football on November 20, 1915, at Cummings Field in Salt Lake City. The Utes and Trojans have met multiple times since that first game, including the 1993 Freedom Bowl and the 2001 Las Vegas Bowl, which the Utes won 10-6.
Utah Utes Rice-Eccles Stadium Blackout Game 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of Rice-Eccles Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the Utah Utes football team playing against Pac-12 Conference opponent, the USC Trojans. Seizing the importance of this game, Utah football asked fans to wear black as part of the team’s annual Blackout game dating back to the 2008 Sugar Bowl winning season when Utah hosted TCU. Utah and USC first competed against one another in football on November 20, 1915, at Cummings Field in Salt Lake City. The Utes and Trojans have met multiple times since that first game, including the 1993 Freedom Bowl and the 2001 Las Vegas Bowl, which the Utes won 10-6.
18 X 44 Double Matted Poster - $189.99
Picture: Utah Utes Rice-Eccles Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster against in-state rival Utah State Aggies professionally double matted in Utes' colors and framed to 18 X 44. his panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the Utah Utes football team playing its season opener against in-state opponent, the Utah State Aggies. Utah and Utah State is the oldest rivalry in Utah football history, with the two schools competing in over 110 games since 1892. While the Utes and Aggies no longer compete in the same conference, the two programs will continue to face one another in competition. The Utah football program began in 1892 and has played home games at the beautiful Rice-Eccles Stadium since 1927. This game marked Utah's first-ever “Stripe the Stadium” promotion, asking Ute fans to wear either red or white, depending on the location of their seats.
Utah Utes Rice-Eccles Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster against in-state rival Utah State Aggies professionally double matted in Utes' colors and framed to 18 X 44. his panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the Utah Utes football team playing its season opener against in-state opponent, the Utah State Aggies. Utah and Utah State is the oldest rivalry in Utah football history, with the two schools competing in over 110 games since 1892. While the Utes and Aggies no longer compete in the same conference, the two programs will continue to face one another in competition. The Utah football program began in 1892 and has played home games at the beautiful Rice-Eccles Stadium since 1927. This game marked Utah's first-ever “Stripe the Stadium” promotion, asking Ute fans to wear either red or white, depending on the location of their seats.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Colorado Buffaloes Folsom Field 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of Folsom Field, taken by Christopher Gjevre, features the stadium framed by the majestic Flatirons creating the perfect backdrop for the Colorado Buffaloes. Folsom Field, named after legendary University of Colorado Coach Frederick Folsom, opened in 1924 and has been home to the Buffaloes ever since. Nicknamed the "Buffs", the Colorado Buffaloes were National Champions in 1990, and Ralphie, the live buffalo mascot, leads the team onto the field before every game. Folsom Field is the third highest stadium in college football with an elevation of 5,440 feet above sea level and has a capacity of 53,750. The university was founded in 1876 in Boulder, Colorado, and enrollment now exceeds 28,000 students.
Colorado Buffaloes Folsom Field 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of Folsom Field, taken by Christopher Gjevre, features the stadium framed by the majestic Flatirons creating the perfect backdrop for the Colorado Buffaloes. Folsom Field, named after legendary University of Colorado Coach Frederick Folsom, opened in 1924 and has been home to the Buffaloes ever since. Nicknamed the "Buffs", the Colorado Buffaloes were National Champions in 1990, and Ralphie, the live buffalo mascot, leads the team onto the field before every game. Folsom Field is the third highest stadium in college football with an elevation of 5,440 feet above sea level and has a capacity of 53,750. The university was founded in 1876 in Boulder, Colorado, and enrollment now exceeds 28,000 students.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Washington Huskies Husky Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of the newly renovated Husky Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights the season-opening matchup between the University of Washington Huskies and the Boise State Broncos. Fans attending this sold-out game and the Return to Montlake, cheered the Huskies to a 38-6 victory over the Broncos while enjoying many of the $250 million stadium updates. The much anticipated renovations include premium and patio suites, permanent seating, reconstruction of the lower bowl and south side stands, optimized sightlines, a new parking garage and a huge purple and gold “W” facing the water on the east side. Husky Stadium continues its 92 year tradition as the greatest setting in college football.
Washington Huskies Husky Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama of the newly renovated Husky Stadium, taken by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights the season-opening matchup between the University of Washington Huskies and the Boise State Broncos. Fans attending this sold-out game and the Return to Montlake, cheered the Huskies to a 38-6 victory over the Broncos while enjoying many of the $250 million stadium updates. The much anticipated renovations include premium and patio suites, permanent seating, reconstruction of the lower bowl and south side stands, optimized sightlines, a new parking garage and a huge purple and gold “W” facing the water on the east side. Husky Stadium continues its 92 year tradition as the greatest setting in college football.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Washington Huskies Husky Stadium and the University of Washington 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 Washington was taken by Christopher Gjevre during a Washington Huskies football game. Centered in the photo is the newly-renovated Husky Stadium, which originally opened in 1920. It is the most scenic football structure in the nation, with seating capacity for 70,138 fans. Overlooking Union Bay on scenic Lake Washington to the east and the Olympic Mountains to the west, the stadium is unique in that fans can attend games by boat. The Portage Bay waterway and the nationally ranked University Medical Center are left of the stadium. Hec Edmundson Pavilion, the main campus, and the UW Tower are to the right.
Washington Huskies Husky Stadium and the University of Washington 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 Washington was taken by Christopher Gjevre during a Washington Huskies football game. Centered in the photo is the newly-renovated Husky Stadium, which originally opened in 1920. It is the most scenic football structure in the nation, with seating capacity for 70,138 fans. Overlooking Union Bay on scenic Lake Washington to the east and the Olympic Mountains to the west, the stadium is unique in that fans can attend games by boat. The Portage Bay waterway and the nationally ranked University Medical Center are left of the stadium. Hec Edmundson Pavilion, the main campus, and the UW Tower are to the right.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Washington State Cougars Martin Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by James Simmons, showcases the Washington State Cougars football team playing to a packed house at Martin Stadium. The venue has undergone renovations, including a significant addition completed prior to the 2014 season. It resulted in a new Football Operations Building that houses a locker room, weight room, training area, dining facilities, coaches’ offices and team rooms. The year prior, a state-of-the-art video display and audio system was installed, along with premium seating and a media center in 2012, making this one of the premier venues in college athletics.
Washington State Cougars Martin Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, taken by James Simmons, showcases the Washington State Cougars football team playing to a packed house at Martin Stadium. The venue has undergone renovations, including a significant addition completed prior to the 2014 season. It resulted in a new Football Operations Building that houses a locker room, weight room, training area, dining facilities, coaches’ offices and team rooms. The year prior, a state-of-the-art video display and audio system was installed, along with premium seating and a media center in 2012, making this one of the premier venues in college athletics.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: Oregon State Beavers Reser Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by James Blakeway, highlights Reser Stadium as the Pac-10 Conference Oregon State Beavers football team plays before their home crowd. Since 1953, the stadium was known as Parker Stadium, named after Portland businessman Charles T. Parker. In 1999, the name was changed to Reser Stadium, in honor of Al and Pat Reser, major contributors to Oregon State athletics. After several renovations, current seating capacity is 45,674. The facility sits on the beautiful 400-acre campus located in Corvallis, Oregon. The Beavers play a rivalry game each year against the University of Oregon called the "Civil War". Established in 1868, Oregon State University currently enrolls more than 21,000 students.
Oregon State Beavers Reser Stadium 13.5 X 40 panoramic poster professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. This panorama, photographed by James Blakeway, highlights Reser Stadium as the Pac-10 Conference Oregon State Beavers football team plays before their home crowd. Since 1953, the stadium was known as Parker Stadium, named after Portland businessman Charles T. Parker. In 1999, the name was changed to Reser Stadium, in honor of Al and Pat Reser, major contributors to Oregon State athletics. After several renovations, current seating capacity is 45,674. The facility sits on the beautiful 400-acre campus located in Corvallis, Oregon. The Beavers play a rivalry game each year against the University of Oregon called the "Civil War". Established in 1868, Oregon State University currently enrolls more than 21,000 students.
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.
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