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March Madness: Our best Big Ten posters

March 17, 2013

March Madness is upon us, and 2013 could be the Year of the Big Ten, with four teams from the conference in the top 10 nationally — No. 3 Indiana, No. 6 Michigan, No. 8 Michigan State and No. 10 Ohio State. Even Wisconsin is a dangerous team at No. 22.

And as the Big Ten tournament is going in Chicago, we at Sports Poster Warehouse are offering up our own Big Ten — our 10 best posters from the conference’s best schools.

Which Big Ten programs will advance to the Final Four this year? Now is the time to upgrade your “mancave” with a great poster or pennant for your school. Here’s 10 of our best Big Ten options for basketball fans this month. …

10. We open up with a hard-to-find gem — here’s the logo poster from the 2005 Final Four in St. Louis, which included Michigan State and Illinois. Wisconsin nearly made it three Big Ten teams that year, losing in the Elite Eight. North Carolina edged Illinois for the national title.


9. The Big Ten has so many great basketball arenas — we begin our panorama portion of the top 10 with a great picture of a Michigan State home game at the Breslin Center. This was taken in 2009, during another Final Four run for Sparty.


8. Not to be outdone, here’s a panorama shot of Indiana’s Assembly Hall. This spectacular 40-inch-wide shot was taken just last year, during Indiana’s upset of then-No. 5 Michigan State.


7. One more panorama shot — here’s Ohio State’s Value City Arena, with a great wide angle of the Buckeyes faithful taken during the 2011 season.


6. For a storied basketball history, we go back to the Hoosiers for this “Through the Years” montage of great Indiana basketball memories — Damon Bailey, Calbert Cheaney and more.


5. We don’t want to leave out Minnesota, so here’s the “Classic Goldy” logo poster, showing the “friendly but furious” gopher. Remember, they knocked off No. 1 Indiana, so be careful taking them lightly.


4. Not every household can be united when it comes to something as important as the Big Ten, and this 28-by-40-inch “House Divided” banner shows support for both Michigan and Michigan State.

3. More mascot art — here’s a Warhol-style poster for Buckeye Brutus, explaining the history of the Ohio State mascot, which goes back to 1965.

2. For sheer coolness, we like this Wisconsin logo poster — look closely at the iconic “W” and you’ll see it’s made up of the lyrics to “On Wisconsin,” one of the great college fight songs.

1. We’ll close this out with simplicity — if you’re a Hoosiers fan, all you need is the big IU flying proudly in front of the house, like with this 40-inch two-sided fabric banner.

And as an added bonus, use promotional code “MADMARCH” and we’ll give you a big 10 percent off your purchase ($15 minimum purchase). Search the site for many more great college basketball posters, from the Big Ten and more …

2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships Poster Now Available

May 31, 2011

Congratulations, Virginia Cavaliers – 2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Champions! Congratulations, also, to the Denver Pioneers for making it to their first-ever Final Four; the Duke Blue Devils for making it once again to the elite weekend; and the Maryland Terrapins for reaching the finals for a rare home-field advantage at Baltimore’s MT&T Field.

SportsPosterWarehouse.com is proud to be the exclusive online retailer of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships official poster! Limited quantity was made available to us by the publisher, so don’t miss your chance at adding this beauty to your wall and your collection.

2011 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships Official Poster

2011 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships Official Poster

Duke Blue Devils 2010 Final Four Championship Posters- NOW IN STOCK!!

April 23, 2010

Once again Duke has completed an incredible run to the NCAA Championship. Sports Poster Warehouse now has several titles in stock to commemorate this achievement. These limited time posters won’t be around forever, so get them while you can. Crazy Cameron has never looked so good on your wall.

Duke 2010 NCAA Championship
This 2010 Final Four Championship Poster depicts the scene inside Lucas Oil Stadium. Over 70,000 screaming fans on their feet celebrating Duke once again becoming the National Champions. Printing on 16″x20″ high quality gallery stock, this is one piece that will keep the memory going for a very long time.

March Madness Bracket Chart

This 24″x36″ wall chart shows every matching, from the first round, right through to the Championship game. Each bracket displays the name of the teams playing as well as the final score, all over a hardwood court background.

Final Four Official poster

The Official 2010 March Madness Poster. Displaying the logos of all 64 teams in the tournament on the tarmac leading up to Lucas Oil Stadium, where the Championship game as played and won by Duke. This 24″x36″, is the newest title in a long line of classics.

NCAA Men’s Final Four Posters – #1 seeds finally did it

April 2, 2008

After some great basketball over the last two weeks, it has all come down to the Final Four this weekend in San Antonio.  The NCAA tournament, as expected, has been full of upsets, great basketball and the emergence of new stars in college basketball.  For the first time in tournament history, all the number one seeds have reached the Final Four.  I am looking forward to this weekend for some great basketball.

Here’s a look at North Carolina, Kansas, Memphis and UCLA:

North Carolina Tar HeelsKansas Jayhawks

Memphis TigersUCLA Bruins

North Carolina Tar HeelsThe Tar Heels have been the tournament’s most dominant team, posting double-digit wins in all four tournament games they’ve played. The last three teams to do that won it all, and the Tar Heels are a favorite to make it four in a row.   With Tyler Hansbrough becoming the best player in college basketball they will be hard to beat. Ty Lawson is banged up but it has been said that he will play in the final four.

Kansas Jayhawks:  The Jayhawks are playing great basketball heading into the final four.  The Jayhawks have balance and are unselfish to a fault, but they were a last-second heave away from sitting out the tournament’s final weekend.  Can they knock their old coach out of the tournament?   The game against North Carolina has plenty of storylines especially for head coach Bill Self.  He replaced the highly touted Roy Williams and this will be the first trip to the final four since Roy left for Carolina Blue.  Kansas has been equally impressive in its wins in the tournament but it’s been the defense that has impressed not allowing more than 61 points in any game they have played.

Memphis TigersFor the entire tournament, Memphis has been regarded as something of an underdog.  An underdog on the verge of setting a new all-time NCAA record for wins in a season.  Is it time to start believing in the Tigers?   They simply have not gotten any respect all year.  They were #1 only to be called paper champs for the weak conference they play in.  They have been crushed by the media and so called experts for the lack of prowess at the free throw line.  Now they are finally in the Final Four and they did it in grand fashion stomping Texas in the prior game and now have to face UCLA.

UCLA BruinsThe UCLA Bruins are college hoops royalty, owners of more Final Four appearances and championships than any other team.  In 2006 and 2007, they lost during the final weekend to the eventual champions.  Ironically the only player that was not there for the runs to the Final Four is their best player, freshman Kevin Love is a first timer to the final four but is ready for the dance and leads the team in points, rebounds, and blocks.  Will the addition of Kevin Love put the Bruins over the top? 
No matter what the results are this weekend, we can expect some great basketball. 
Enjoy it.  I know I will.

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