THIS LIMITED EDITION PRINT was billed as “the game of the year” in college football: two unbeaten teams, the number-one Miami Hurricanes against number-two Alabama for the 1992 National Championship.
A LIMITED EDITION SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT BY THE “SPORTS ARTIST OF THE YEAR”, DANIEL MOORE commemorating this awesome game!!
In the end, Bama proved why its defense was considered the best in the nation by shutting down the vaunted Hurricane passing attack in a 34-14 Sugar Bowl victory.
Featured is coach Gene Stallings, who brought the Crimson Tide back to a national prominence and recognition enjoyed by Alabama that until then, only Bear Bryant had been able to achieve. In the background on the Superdome’s Diamond Vision screen is Derrick Lassic, the game’s MVP and George Teague’s incredible strip of Lamar Thomas.
Teague is represented again in this awesome print in the bottom right corner because his number, 13, represents Miami’s score and Bama’s score, 34, is represented by the raised helmet next to Teague’s helmet. Teague is holding a football since he stole two in the game!!
The #12 helmet being held aloft represents Alabama’s twelve national championships.
This collectible measures 23 X 29 1/4 and includes a Certificate of Authenticity as well as a separate gold seal like the one on the print itself, suitable for framing.
In the bottom left margin is the numbered edition, numbered out of 19920.
In the center margin reads
“The Tradition Continues”
1992 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
The bottom right margin has Daniel A. Moore’s signature as well as:
1993 USF&G Sugar Bowl – Alabama 34 – Miami 13
Believe me, this is one you don’t want to miss!
Framing available if needed.