Pro championships, college rivalries, high school "Friday Nights" and Pop Warner youth teams: football players and fans come in all sizes. Well over a million students compete on high school teams and 70,000-plus play for U.S. colleges and universities. While football is not an Olympic sport, it was demonstrated in 1932 during the summer games in Los Angeles. It was West vs. East as players from Cal, USC and Stanford took on the "Big Three" of Harvard, Princeton and Yale before 60,000 fans. The West prevailed, 7-6. A local artist created this work of art capturing the colorful language of football with this gridiron great. So, huddle up and go long for that first corner piece!
- True South puzzles are made with 80-point blue board, which creates a thicker puzzle piece with a more solid "hand."
- All of True South puzzles are stamped with metal dies made by one of the few artists in the world who creates jigsaw puzzle die masters by hand.
- Puzzle images are created in a collaborative effort between artists and True South to highlight unique facts carefully researched about each location. Fun facts are listed on the back and inner sides of boxes.