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1982 Auburn vs. Alabama Cutting Board

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(15.5" x 11.25")

The Iron Bowl was played November 2nd, 1982 at Legion Field between the Auburn Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide. The Tigers won the Iron Bowl by a final score of 23-22. The Iron Bowl is the name given to the Alabama–Auburn football rivalry. It is an American college football rivalry game between the Auburn University Tigers and University of Alabama Crimson Tide, both charter members of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The series is considered one of the most important football rivalries in American sports. As the rivalry, which started in 1893, was played for many years at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama, the name "Iron Bowl" comes from Birmingham's historic role in the steel industry. Auburn Coach Ralph "Shug" Jordan is credited with actually coining it—when asked by reporters in 1964 how he would deal with the disappointment of not taking his team to a bowl game, he responded, "We've got our bowl game. We have it every year. It's the Iron Bowl in Birmingham.
Product details
Inspire the chef with a beautiful tempered glass cutting board featuring their favorite team, or use as a cheese plate or snack tray while tailgating. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, and enhanced for vibrant color. Rubber feet keep it from slipping on any surface.
  • Large Rectangle Dimension: 11.25” x 15.5” x .15”
  • Textured, tempered glass with rounded corners and no-slip rubber feet
  • Dishwasher safe, for maximum life we recommend hand washing
  • Weight: 2.54 lbs.
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