Kansas Football - "Stadium 50 Yard Line" Panorama Framed Print

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Show your team spirit with a Blakeway Panoramas game-day print. Our state-of-the-art cameras capture amazing high definition photos from carefully researched vantage points inside the stadiums and arenas that are so clear and life-like, you'll feel like you were there.

These panoramic prints begin as a high definition photo that is printed with UV resistant ink on heavy art stock. These are available in 3 frame styles. Before framing, we mount it and secure the panoramic print to a backer board to prevent waviness and warping due to heat and humidity.

If you choose a select or deluxe frame with matting, the mats used are pH neutral to protect against degradation of the photo and the colors used match the team or school style guides.

  • Officially licensed
  • Made in the USA
  • Perfect gift for the sports fan in your life.

Dimensions:

  • Standard Framed Print (Glossy Black Aluminum Frame, no matting) : 40.25" x 13.75"
  • Select Framed Print (Flat Black Wood Composite Frame, single matting in primary school color) : 42" x 15.5"
  • Deluxe Framed Print (Flat Black Powder Coated Moulded Aluminum, double matting in primary and secondary school colors) : 44" x 18"

Text on Printed Panorama:

University of Kansas - Memorial Stadium

This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features Memorial Stadium - home to the Kansas Jayhawks football team. Kansas played its first game in Central Park in 1890. Two years later, they moved to McCook Field. In 1921 the Jayhawks moved again into Memorial Stadium, the first college campus stadium built west of the Mississippi River. It is the seventh-oldest college stadium in the nation with capacity at 50,071. It is dedicated to the University of Kansas students who fought and died in World War I. The Jayhawks have appeared in 11 bowl games and won or shared 6 conference titles in its history. Traditionally, fans chant "Rock Chalk, Jayhawk" during games. The University, founded in 1865 in Lawrence, Kansas, educates 29,613 students.


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