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1970 Northwestern vs. Notre Dame Artwork: Puzzle

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(13" x 10")

This game was played September 19th at Dyche Stadium between the Northwestern Wildcats and Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Notre Dame won the matchup by a final score of 35-14. The Northwestern Wildcats football team represents Northwestern University is a chartered member (1896) of the Big Ten Conference based near Chicago in Evanston, Illinois. Founded in 1876, the Northwestern Football mascot is the Wildcat, a term coined by a Chicago Tribune reporter in 1924, after reporting on a football game where the players appeared as "a wall of purple wildcats". Northwestern Football is also known as "Chicago's Big Ten Team" with its proximity and ties to Chicago. Football made its debut at Northwestern University on February 22, 1876 during an exhibition game between NU students and the Chicago Football Club. Northwestern consistently ranks among the national leaders in graduation rate among football teams. The Wildcats have played their home games at Ryan Field (formerly Dyche Stadium) since 1926.
Product details
What a fun way to commemorate your favorite team, event or athlete. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, enhanced for vibrant color. Can be set with glue, framed and hung or just as a fun and unique game.
  • Dimensions: 10” by 13.5”
  • 252 pieces made from gloss-finished quality cardboard
  • Glue, frame, and hanging hardware not included
  • Weight: 3.40 lbs.
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