Commemorating the epic history of an SEC basketball institution! This amazing print takes you through a visual history of more than 80 years of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets men's basketball. From 1906, when Coach Chapman founded the program for a three-game season, to the 1938 SEC Championship year, to the NCAA tournament run in 1960, to the nationally-ranked stars of the mid-1980s, it's all here, thanks to the outstanding work of artist Paul Miller, who personally signed each print! All the superstars and traditions are here, including Alexander Memorial Coliseum on a packed game night; the buzzing-bee logo; the classic yellow-and-black color scheme; legendary coaches like Bobby Cremins, John "Whack" Hyder, and Roy Mundorff; and heroic players like Mark Price, John Salley, Roger Kaiser, Rich Yunkus, Tico Brown, Sammy Drummer, Brook Steppe, Duane Ferrell, Bruce Dalrymple, Pete Silas, Jim Caldwell, Frank Broyles, Jim Nolan, Bobby Kimmel, Terry Randall, Dave Denton, Mike Tomasovich, and more. A vintage classic noted for its historical significance, beautiful artwork, attractive design, and rare collectability, this is a must for the wall of any true fan! Perfect for a nice frame and a prominent place at home or office.
Publisher: Art by Paul Miller, ©1988
Size: 18½" x 24½"
Condition: Brand-new. Printed on high-quality gallery stock, hand-signed in pencil by artist.
Price: $29.95 USD
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Item Number: PM-02
"The History of Georgia Tech Basketball" - Paul Miller 1988