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Iron Bowl Gold 1977 Daniel Moore L/E Ozzie Newsome print


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Daniel Moore released his coffee table book, “Iron Bowl Gold” in 2005 and it relives the 41 years of the traditional Iron Bowl at Birmingham’s historic Legion Field.

Each game is depicted in an original painting by the renowned sports artist; documented through articles from The Birmingham News and described by commentary from legendary sportscaster Keith Jackson.

These paintings are now available as a series of limited edition prints.

Here is the


“Iron Bowl Gold 1977″


featuring legendary receiver Ozzie Newsome.

Alabama 48 | Auburn 21

Bama quarterback Jeff Rutledge played an outstanding game. Rutledge ended the 1977 season with 1,518 rushing and passing yards – the second best in Bama history, succeeding big names like Ken Stabler and Joe Namath. Coach Bryant said, “I think the game was won up front, in the trenches. I think our lines dominated the game – the offense in the second half and the defense all day. The kicking game was the most costly thing against us – I’ll put it another way: they had a better game than us.”

All-American Ozzie Newsome (#82) receives a pass from QB Jeff Rutledge (not pictured).

Fine Art Lithograph – Regular Edition Dimensions: 12.75 x 17 Release Date: 2006 Edition Size: 121


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*Any item shown with a painted Alabama “A” coin inset in the matting will be substituted for an appropriate Alabama commemorative coin that benefits the print itself as the painted coin is sold out at the moment. If you have questions about availability, please contact us at 205-940-2202.