Maryland Terrapins Basketball Inaugural Game (2002) Panoramic Poster Print - Everlasting

Maryland Terrapins Basketball Inaugural Game (2002) Panoramic Poster Print - Everlasting

  • USD $39.95
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released March 2003
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand-New. Printed on high quality photographic paper stock.

Item #: EI128


Inaugural Game
November 24, 2002 - Largest Attendance in School History 17,950
Final Score: 64-49 Terps Win - A Panoramic View in College Park, MD
The Rob Arra Collection

Goodbye Field House, hello HUGE CROWDS! With a thundering tide of more than 17,000 at every game, the new Comcast Center gives the Maryland Terrapins a vast home court advantage, and one of the loudest crowds in College Basketball. This incredible print commemorates the first regular-season home game at the Center, when the Terps crushed Miami (Ohio) and everyone went home happy.

With 11:00 remaining in the game, a Miami player steps to the free throw line after drawing a foul - and pandemonium ensues! In unison, every red-clad booster in the courtside seats rises as one, raises their arms in the air, and begins to put the old hex on the opposing shooter. With legs shaking and sweat pouring down his forehead, Miami's intimidated shooter raises the ball to his waist...SNAP! The moment is preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall!

This beautiful print, from Rob Arra's Everlasting Images collection, features the scene at Comcast in precise detail, and as you pan across the image, you feel like you are actually there at the historic event. From the banners hanging from the rafters, to the scoreboards and advertisements, to the fans from courtside to the rafters, to the players in action on court, it's all here, in perfect focus, ready for the wall of any true Terps fan! A brilliant poster and historic collector's item, worthy of a nice frame and a prominent place at home or office.


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