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In December of 1932, with relentless snow, bitter cold, and Wrigley Field a sheet of ice, the first NFL Championship game was played inside, at the Chicago Stadium.  It came down to the final minutes of play, Red Grange running back for the Bears after being knocked out in the 3rd quarter, leaps into the end zone pulling in a pass to break a scoreless tie and went on to win the Championship 9-0 against the Portsmouth Spartans. 

Each piece is cast in bronze, mounted on solid walnut with a brass plaque.

Size: 12¼”h x 13½”w

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