This limited edition Large print by Greg Gamble celebrates “The Turnaround” that Bama had against cross state rival Auburn in the 2014 Iron Bowl for the ages.
This print measures 17 X 26 and showcases the historic come from behind victory and secure the SEC Championship berth.
Get yours now, Limited to only 250 prints.
Alabama survived an Iron Bowl shootout like no other with a well-tested formula: Throw deep to Amari Cooper, then do it again.
Cooper tied his own school record with 224 yards receiving and caught three touchdown passes in the top-ranked Crimson Tide’s 55-44 comeback victory over No. 15 Auburn on Saturday night in the highest-scoring Iron Bowl.
Bama is a team that gives up 630 yards — and wins. It’s a team that turns over the ball three times — and wins. It’s a team that spots its archrival a 12-point lead, dominates the fourth quarter — and wins.
As college football evolves, so does Nick Saban and Alabama. It was a new-age Crimson Tide that beat Auburn. Story
Quarterback Blake Sims and the Crimson Tide (11-1, 7-1 Southeastern Conference, No. 2 AP) turned to the Heisman Trophy contender for touchdown strikes of 39 and 75 yards in the third quarter. No last-second dramatics would settle this one.