"I'm just a simple plowhand from Arkansas, but I've learned over the years how to hold a team together, how to lift some men up, how to calm others down, until finally they've got one heartbeat, together, a team."
I bought a framed Daniel Moore print of Tater Tot from when he was at AU for $15.00 and sold it for $50.00. If it was a print of Coach Stallings it would easily brought twice that. Why doesn't he stick to what will sell?
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is it going to be titled "Overexposed"?
Daniel Moore does a print of the Game Of The Year for a certain organization every year. It just so happened that the past few were Alabama games that were won by Alabama. This year's game was A&M and Bama. I would not be surprised to see this print be one of his biggest sellers. Especially the way Bama people are jumping off his ship lately. I for one love the prints. Just won an Artist Proof of "Restoring The Order" and it looks great with the others on my wall.
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I haven't followed his case with the university close at all so I'll ask an out of the loop question. What exactly was or is he doing that the university felt the need to sue him?
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