Greatest Oregon Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2012 Rose Bowl vs Wisconsin - Thomas to Tuinei
1994 Regular Season vs Washington - The Pick
2008 Civil War vs Oregon State - 76yds Masoli to Scott
1989 Independence Bowl vs Tulsa - Hold the Line

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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2012 Rose Bowl
Thomas to Tuinei
Oregon vs Wisconsin
45 - 38
2 January, 2012
As the clock ran down in the 3rd quarter Wisconsin was leading 38 - 35 and driving when Kiko Alonso stepped up for a big interception. Darron Thomas led Oregon into the red zone and completed an 11 yard pass to Lavasier Tuinei for the lead. Ten more points later they were Rose Bowl champions.

1994 Regular Season
The Pick
Oregon vs Washington
31 - 20
22 October, 1994
Washington was driving for the lead and Oregon fans feared it would be another loss to them as Washington set up at the 8yd line for a 1st and goal. In the defining play of the season, Kenny Wheaton picked off Washington QB Damon Huard's touchdown pass and returned it all the way for the Oregon TD.

2008 Civil War
76yds Masoli to Scott
Oregon vs Oregon State
65 - 38
29 November, 2008
Oregon crushed the Oregon State in the 2008 Civil War. By the 4th quarter Oregon already had a commanding lead, and they went on to score another three touchdowns. The quarter started with possibly the most impressive TD of the game, a 74 yard TD pass from Jeremiah Masoli to Terrence Scott.

1989 Independence Bowl
Hold the Line
Oregon vs Tulsa
27 - 24
16 December, 1989
The Independence Bowl was Oregon's first bowl game in 26 years. In the 4th quarter it was tied at 24 - 24 with Tulsa driving. Oregon's defense stalled the drive at midfield but Tulsa decided to go for it on 4th. The Oregon defense came up with a huge stop that let them drive for the game winning FG.