This poster was used to commemorate Rick Rush's show at the Art Center of Southwest Louisiana in October of 1977. This painting was of Ken Stabler of the Oakland Raiders as they defeated the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI, 1977.
Ken "The Snake" Stabler, a left-handed quarterback, served his college years with the Alabama Crimson Tide under Paul "Bear" Bryant, where he led the Tide to a National Championship in 1965. From 1964 to 1968, Stabler established a 28-3 record as a starter.
In 1967, as Alabama's Co-Captain, Stabler was named the Sugar Bowl MVP, the SEC Most Valuable Back, the SEC Player of the Year, and he placed on the All American Team.
He was drafted into the NFL in 1968. With Coach John Madden and the Oakland Raiders, he was at the forefront of the Raiders' glory years - being named to the Pro Bowl 5 consecutive years. "The Snake" remains the Raiders' all-time leading passer in attempts, completions, completion percentage, yardage, and touchdowns.
'Kenny Stabler': $25.00
Issue Date: October 1977
Edition Size: OPEN
Image Size: 22 1/2 x 32 3/4 inches