Run in the Mud
Coach Bryant simply put it this way, "I think those were the worst conditions I've ever seen a football game played in." Nevertheless, on December 2, 1967, Legion Field was packed with both Alabama and Auburn fans who braved the severe conditions to witness the mud bath. At one point in the game, Ken "the Snake" Stabler (#12) managed to slip loose from Auburn defenders and slosh his way 47 yards for a Tide touchdown. The TD and extra point accounted for Bama's only scoring in the game. But, it was enough to beat Auburn, who scored only a field goal and the game ended 7-3.
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•Signature Edition Lithograph – The Signature Edition prints are produced by a 4-color process known as offset-lithography. This “mass-production” process utilizes small red, green, blue and black dots to approximate the colors of the original artwork. Additional single color touch plates may be added to the printing to enhance colors closer to those of the original painting. Our lithographs are printed on acid-free archival paper, using permanent inks.
Each Signature Edition Lithograph has an image area of approximately 21” x 23½” and is hand-signed and numbered in pencil by the artist in the lower margin of the print and is also hand-signed by Kenny Stabler. Each Regular Edition Lithograph is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition & 1 gold embossed seal.
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