New Daniel Moore painting depicts last play of 2013 Iron Bowl - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

New Daniel Moore painting depicts last play of 2013 Iron Bowl

"The Runback." Source: Daniel Moore/New Life Art "The Runback." Source: Daniel Moore/New Life Art
"Miracle on the Plains." Source: Daniel Moore/New Life Art "Miracle on the Plains." Source: Daniel Moore/New Life Art
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

Painter Daniel Moore's latest Iron Bowl painting, titled "The Runback," is now available to order online.

It depicts the 109-yard, last second runback by Auburn player Chris Davis that sealed Auburn's victory of Alabama.

Another painting, titled "Miracle on the Plains," will soon be available. This work portrays Ricardo Louis' game-winning catch against the Georgia Bulldogs.

Moore has painted scenes from 48 different Iron Bowls.

For more information or the order a print, please visit http://newlifeart.com/.

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