1927 Michigan vs. Ohio State Wooden Ticket Coasters by COOLSTUB™
BEST 2018 STOCKING STUFFER IDEAS!
Set of four premium vintage birch wood University of Michigan Wolverine ticket drink coasters. Meticulously designed from an authentic 1927 Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan Wolverines ticket stub in our collection of vintage football ticket stubs. Great gift for any Wolverine fan or collector of college football memorabilia.
The October 22, 1927 match-up between the Buckeyes and the Wolverines was the official dedication of the new Michigan Stadium and had an attendance of 84,401. The Wolverines were led by their left end and captain, Bennie Oosterbann, who was selected as a consensus first team All American for 3 consecutive years. The Wolverines defeated the Buckeyes by a score of 21-0.
The Ohio State-Michigan football rivalry is usually significant in determining the Big Ten Championship and the final national collegiate rankings, and in 2000, ESPN ranked the annual game as the greatest North American sports rivalry. Prior to November 24, 2018, the University of Michigan and the Ohio State University football teams have met a total of 114 times. Michigan currently leads the series by a combined record of 58-49-6.
Robust and longer-lasting than ordinary coasters, COOLSTUB™ square wooden coasters come with rounded corners and an extra coating for added durability. Printed on quarter inch birch wood with sustainable water-based inks, our coasters feature a mounted cork bottom to protect against scratches on delicate table surfaces. No white is printed which allows the natural wood grain to show through the ticket image. Each coaster will vary in wood grain patterns, meaning no two coasters will ever look completely the same. Our coasters are water & heat resistant. Easy to clean, simply use a wet rag to wipe them off.
- Handcrafted in the U.S.A.
- Set includes four coasters
- Quarter inch birch wood coasters
- Ships within 4 business days
- Great Michigan gift idea
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