Lions 2011


“Lions 2011” by photographer Steve Manuel captures the PSU Blue Band at its finest. This photograph captures the fun and magic of the Floating Lions drill. The drill was invented by Ned C. Diehl. This drill was first performed in 1965 during the half-time show against Pitt. The following year it became part of the pre-game show and has been ever since! 

“Lion’s 2011” is available in the following sizes: 8×12, 11×17,16×24, and 26×44.

 Unframed images come in a white mat and are shrink wrapped for protection. The unframed 26×44 comes rolled in a tube. Each framed image includes double mats, glass, and your choice of a black, mahogany, cherry, or walnut frame.  

***Please Note: Although we try to keep the Plak Mounts in stock they do sell quickly. If we are out, it does take 4-6 weeks for us to replenish our supply.***


Additional information

Weight N/A

8×12, 11×17, 16×24, 26×44

Framing Option

Unframed, Black, Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany, Plakmount