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The House That Doak Built (Fine Art on Sintra)

The House That Doak Built (Fine Art on Sintra)

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After missing the 1946 season due to a military commitment, Doak’s SMU teammates were all smiles with his return for the 1947 season. After winning their first five games, the undefeated Ponies next faced the also undefeated Texas Longhorns in Dallas. The demand for tickets for the Texas game was so great, that SMU decided to move the game to the Cotton Bowl, which had a capacity of 50,000. This photo in the Cotton Bowl Stadium Locker Room was taken right after the game. Doak Walker would win the 1948 Heisman Trophy the next season.

Pictured left to right: Dick McKissack, Doak Walker (37), and Dick Reinking

Date of Game: November 1, 1947

National Rankings: Texas (3), SMU (8)

Location: Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas, TX

Attendance: 50,000


**Fine Art Print Only, Not Framed


Printed on the highest quality fine art paper, backed with 1/8" black sintra board, ready for framing (frame not included)


Classic: 19" x 24"
Medium: 29" x 36"
Large: 36" x 45"
X-Large: 48" x 60"


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Crafted with the highest quality materials

Each fine art piece is built with premium materials to ensure each beautiful moment can be enjoyed for a lifetime.

Enjoy the story behind each Doak photograph

Each piece of Doak Walker artwork comes with a 6x4 inch acrylic plaque detailing the story behind the chosen artwork. Mount this alongside the artwork and enjoy the story any time.

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