Texas Football Greatest Plays: Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

Texas Football Greatest Plays: Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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  • Perfect gift for any fan

  • Four unique plays in each set

  • As seen on ESPN, Barstool Sports, and more!

Relive Texas Longhorns history with this unique gift: 
Texas Plays Coaster Set
 4 distinct great moments

Capture the excitement from four of the greatest Texas plays. What are your favorite memories from Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium? Now you can cherish them every day with these high quality slate coasters.

Buy for yourself or as a great gift idea for any dedicated Texas alumni or fan. These coasters are more than just functional and unique; they're a testament to your unwavering Longhorns love.

Product Features:

  • Set of four coasters laser-etched with the Texas Longhorns greatest moments.
  • Modern, classy, and unique. Perfect addition to any room's decor.
  • Precision and quality ensure every detail of the historic plays.
  • Crafted from 100% natural slate with natural edge for authenticity.
  • Felt backing to protect your tables.
  • Shipping Assurance: We guarantee safe delivery. If your coasters arrive cracked or damaged, we'll promptly send you replacements.

Texas plays included:

2006 National Championship vs USC
The Greatest Game Ever
1977 Red River Rivalry vs Oklahoma
The Tyler Rose game
1996 Big 12 Championship vs Nebraska
Roll Left
1969 Regular Season vs Arkansas
Game of the Century

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"The best purchase I have made in a while. They are AWESOME! the coasters are so nice I made a second order.. perfect”
- Reel Time on July 22, 2023
WOW! Everything I wanted and more. Much better in person!”
 - Joseph on Sept 28, 2023

With each coaster, you'll not only protect your surfaces but also honor the unforgettable moments that define your Texas Longhorns fandom. Whether for yourself or as a gift for your father, friend, husband, or more - we know these coasters are sure to rock! (pun intended).

Order this unique coaster set today and let the memories live on.

2006 National Championship
The Greatest Game Ever
Texas vs USC
41 - 38
4 January, 2006
In what has been called the greatest gamed ever played, Texas, led by Vince Young, beat USC for the National Championship. Down by 5, with the clock ticking down it was 4th and 5 at the 8. Young ran for the touchdown, all but securing Texas the championship with only 19 seconds remaining.

1977 Red River Rivalry
The Tyler Rose game
Texas vs Oklahoma
13 - 6
8 October, 1977
In a dramatic Red River Shootout, Texas lost both their first and second string quarterbacks and untested Randy McEachern had to step up. But the real hero of the game was Earl Campbell who rushed for 124 yards and the only touchdown of the game.

1996 Big 12 Championship
Roll Left
Texas vs Nebraska
37 - 27
7 December, 1996
Texas pulled a huge upset against Nebraska to win the Big 12 Championship in 1996. Up 30 - 27 with 2:28 remaining in the 4th quarter coach John Mackovic made a daring call to pass on 4th and inches. QB James Brown found Derek Lewis to get the 1st down and set up the game clinching touchdown.

1969 Regular Season
Game of the Century
Texas vs Arkansas
15 - 14
6 December, 1969
Now referred to as the Game of the Century, Texas scored all 15 of their points in the 4th quarter. Facing a 4th and 3 coach Darrell Royal called for a

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1161 reviews
Kaytee Welsh

Love it

Richard Michel
Great Product

Coasters are good quality

Colleen Saville
Awesome idea. A bit hard to read.

Need a brighter white paint against slate. Still, awesome and clever gift for my dad, who’s the ultimate Cs fan.

Incorrect Timestamps, No Reply From Company

I received my coasters, and unfortunately two had a minor mistake - the down/distance and times on them were swapped. I emailed Playbook about this to see if they could send corrected versions and I haven’t had a reply.

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