LSU Tigers vs. Notre Dame Sugar Bowl 2007 Panoramic Poster Print - Everlasting Images

LSU Tigers vs. Notre Dame Sugar Bowl 2007 Panoramic Poster Print - Everlasting Images

  • USD $44.95
Publisher: Everlasting Images Inc., released March 2007
Size: 13½" x 39" Panorama
Condition: Brand-New. Printed on high quality photographic paper stock.

Item #: EI203

2007 Allstate Sugar Bowl
January 3, 2007
A Panoramic View in New Orleans, Louisiana - The Rob Arra Collection

Commemorate one of the greatest nights in Louisiana sports history! Just a year after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the state's Gulf coast and nearly destroyed the Superdome, all the stars aligned perfectly for a January 3, 2007 party on the Bayou. With the home-state heroes from Baton Rouge finishing the season at 11-2 and a #4 national ranking, and with the Sugar Bowl returning to New Orleans' freshly renovated stadium, it seemed pre-ordained that the LSU Tigers would provide the Cajun Nation with some much-needed joy, and they did! After a 41-14 thrashing of Charlie Weis' Notre Dame Fighting Irish, it was party time. Celebrate once again with this amazing panoramic print of the occasion!

From photographer Rob Arra's brilliant Everlasting Images series, this poster brings the thrill and excitement of of the 2007 Allstate Sugar Bowl to your wall. As you pan across the image, you almost feel like you are there, enjoying every play with 69,000 fellow fanatics while you watched JaMarcus Russell establish himself as a future star. You can see it all, including the scoreboards, the crowd, the 2nd-quarter action on the field (when the game was still close), the Hall of Fame banners in the rafters (Archie Manning, Pete Maravich, Jim Finks, Rickey Jackson, Dave Dixon, and Eddie Robinson), and the entourages on the sidelines (including the cheerleaders). If you're an LSU fan, a big-time College Football enthusiast, or if you were lucky enough to have attended this game, you'll love this piece - just looking at it brings back a flood of great memories! Worthy of a nice frame and a central location on your sports wall-of-fame.

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