Lee Roy Jordan (#54) had a stellar day against the Sooners in the 1963 Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. Everything from winning the coin toss, conducted by President John F. Kennedy, to a game high of 24 tackles which led to his being named the game’s Most Valuable Player. Twice, inside the Tide 10-yard line, Jordan separated Sooner’s fullback Jim Grisham (#45) from the football to thwart the threats. After the game, Coach Bryant said, “If they stay between the sidelines, Lee Roy Jordan will tackle them.” Bama took the victory, 17-0.
Each limited edition print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist. The Signature Edition Lithograph is limited to 1963 prints, and the Artist's Proof Lithograph is limited to 196 prints. These prints have an image size of 21” x 23½” — approximately 31" x 33½" in total size if framed. Please allow 7-10 business days for completion of custom-framed orders.