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The Last Pass - Print Editions

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  • "The Last Pass" by Daniel A. Moore
  • The Last Pass - Print Editions
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In the 2006 Cotton Bowl, senior quarterback Brodie Croyle completed his record-breaking college football career against Texas Tech.  This painting honors Bama’s game winning drive.  With the score tied at 10-10, Croyle (#12) drove his team 55 yards down the field late in the four quarter to set up the 46-yard game winning field goal by Jamie Christensen.  Croyle finished the game with 19 of 31 completed passes for 275 yards.  He set marks for the most passing yards and touchdown passes in a single game, as well as in a single season.  When he graduated from UA he held the Alabama state record for career passing yards with 9,323, and career touchdowns with 105.

Framed image reflects our Oyster/Crimson/Black mats and Mahogany with Gold Lip (1½") frame.  Please allow up to 7-10 business days for completion of custom-framed orders.

Editions

Regular Edition Lithograph: 1,214
Signature Edition Lithograph: 811
Artist's Proof Lithograph: SOLD OUT

Collector's Edition Giclee: 20
Museum Edition Lithograph: 100   

Image Size: 19½" x 24"

Each limited edition print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and gold seal(s) to enhance framing.  Each Signature Edition print has also been personally hand-signed by Brodie Croyle.

The Last Pass  is also available as 8"x10" Collegiate Classic and Pencil Drawing prints.

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