PASADENA, CA. (WALA) - Rose Bowl sod from BCS Championship Game was rolled up Mondayand made available for Alabama fans to purchase.
For the first time in history, sod from the actual playingsurface of the BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl willbe made available to football fans as game-used collectibles.
The sod was installed specifically for the game between theCrimson Tide and the Texas Longhorns. The No. 1 ranked Crimson Tidebeat the Longhorns in a 37-21 victory.
Stadium Associates will give the first 100 pieces to theathletic departments at Alabama and Texas. Never before have fansbeen able to own a piece of a championship game field.
Sod from each end zone and the BSC logos at the 50 yard line and30 yard lines are available for $99.99 each (plus S & H).Crimson Tide fans and others who want the complete set of a pieceof each end zone and the BCS logo can buy this combination for$249.00 at www.stadiumassociates.com.
Each block will be freeze-fried, encased in a glass displaycase, and documented by Stadium Associates.
Stadium Associates launched the concept of Licensed Sod withMajor League Baseball and New York Yankees Sod™ in 2009.Stadium Associates is fully licensed by The Collegiate LicensingCompany, an IMG Company, and is the exclusive vendor for Game-UsedSod from The Rose Bowl Stadium.
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