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Ohio State Buckeyes vs Michigan 2006 Game of The Century Custom Framed Picture

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Celebrate The Ohio State Buckeyes 2006 Rivalry victory over the Michigan Wolverines with this one of a kind custom framed picture. This game dubbed "The Game Of The Century" was indeed one to remember in that for the first time in this historic rivalry both teams were undefeated up until that point with the Ohio State Buckeyes ranked number 1 and Michigan Wolverines at number 2 in the nation. A truly historic game. This shot depicts the fans rushing the field afterwards in a rare glimpse of the moment after Ohio won 42-39. Undoubtably the centerpiece of any serious Ohio State Buckeyes fans collection and a proud part of Buckeye history.

Framed in durable handmade real wood moulding from the species Oak. Matted in Cresent Select mat with logo cut directly into mat and nameplate detailing the event. Permanently mounted to Bainbridge foam core so the print will never wrinkle or bubble up, even in the most severe environments. Encased in Tru Vue UV protected acrylic glass to ensure clarity and intact shipping. Heavy duty AMS picture hangers and 150 pound braided steel wire hanger. Complimentary artwork hanger with every piece for effortless installation.

Go Buckeyes!


Materials Used:

-Handmade wooden moulding from the species oak

-AMS heavy duty wire hangers

-Tru Vue UV protected acrylic glass

-150 pound braided steel wire hanger

-Bainbridge foamcore

-Cresent Select matboard

-Complimentary artwork hanger
-Heavy Duty black craft paper backing
-Premium drymount tissue
-Fletcher Terry framers points
-Scappa double sided professional grade tape
-Epson premium luster photo paper 100 pound
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