34 Yard Line
A panoramic view in Knoxville, Tennessee - The Rob Arra Collection
There's nothing like gameday in Knoxville! Over 100,000 students, alumni and fans gather at magnificent Neyland Stadium for every home game, creating a deafening sea of orange that sends most visiting teams hightailing it home in defeat. This amazing panoramic poster features second-quarter action of the Vols' October 27, 2001 victory over SEC rival South Carolina Gamecocks - a victory that helped propel the team to a 10-2 season and a trip to the Citrus Bowl, where they ripped Michigan 45-17 to cap a stellar season!
Like all prints in photographer Rob Arra's Everlasting Images series, every single detail is in perfect focus, and as you pan across the image you feel like you are at the stadium, dressed in orange, cheering on the boys on an absolutely stunning Saturday evening. You can read the scoreboard, see the players on the sideline and on the field, the cheerleaders, the marching bands, and even the hated opposing school's section. If you've been to a Vols home game, or even if you're an armchair fan, you'll love this piece - just looking at it makes you feel like you're there on gameday! Worthy of a nice frame and a central location on your sports wall-of-fame!
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc.
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand-New. Printed on high quality photographic paper stock.
Price: $39.95 USD
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Item Number: EI094
"34 Yard Line" (Neyland Stadium) - Everlasting Images