Greatest Alabama Vintage Era Football Plays: Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest vintage moments in Alabama football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1979 Sugar Bowl vs Penn State - Goal line stand
1993 Sugar Bowl vs Miami - The Strip
1985 Iron Bowl vs Auburn - The Kick
1962 Sugar Bowl vs Arkansas - Bear's First Title

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge

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1979 Sugar Bowl
Goal line stand
Alabama vs Penn State
14 - 7
1 January, 1979
Bear Bryant's Alabama team were up in the 4th quarter when Joe Paterno's Penn State squad made an impressive drive down the field and stopped at the half yard line. Alabama held on two consecutive downs, refusing Penn State a touchdown and preserving the win for their 10th national championship.

1993 Sugar Bowl
The Strip
Alabama vs Miami
34 - 13
1 January, 1993
Alabama routed the Miami 34-13, intercepting Heisman winner Gino Torreta three times to get their 12th national title. The stand out play, even though it was called back, was George Teague running down and stripping Lamar Thomas, foiling what looked like a sure touchdown for Miami.

1985 Iron Bowl
The Kick
Alabama vs Auburn
25 - 23
30 November, 1985
Auburn was a big favorite to win in the 1985 Iron Bowl and they were up by 1 with time running out. Van Tiffin came on with only seconds to spare to try for a 52 yd field. With time expiring he hit the game winning field goal and etched "The Kick" into Iron Bowl lore.

1962 Sugar Bowl
Bear's First Title
Alabama vs Arkansas
10 - 3
1 January, 1962
Coach Bryant's first championship of many. Crowned national champions before the game, Alabama showcased their dominance - holding future HOF'er Altworth to only 15 rushing yards. Trammell's QB run was the only TD of the day.

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