Texas Tech Football - "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:

Texas Tech University - Jones AT&T Stadium

This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, highlights the excitement surrounding the Texas Tech Red Raider football team as they play at Jones AT&T Stadium. Home of Red Raiders football since 1947, Jones AT&T Stadium hosts one of the most electric game-day atmospheres in all of college football. Armed with 60,000-plus fans, Texas Tech has expanded the stadium four times in the last decade. Adding to the festivities, at every home game is a tradition that dates back to 1954. A colorful symbol of school spirit and pride, the Texas Tech Masked Rider and Fearless Champion, a jet black quarter horse, charge onto the field leading the team. This is the first meeting between the Texas Tech and Arkansas since 1991.

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