Fans Mob Franco Harris of the Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers' running back Franco Harris is mobed by fans at Three Rivers Stadium after scoring the winning touchdown, nicknamed the "Immaculate Reception," during the American Football Conference (AFC) semi-final game against Oakland. Harris made the touchdown, one of the most famous single plays in the history of professional American football, on a tipped pass from quarterback Terry Bradshaw to Frenchy Fuqua to Harris for the score in the fourth quarter in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Steelers' running back Franco Harris is mobed by fans at Three Rivers Stadium after scoring the winning touchdown, nicknamed the "Immaculate Reception," during the American Football Conference (AFC) semi-final game against Oakland. Harris made the touchdown, one of the most famous single plays in the history of professional American football, on a tipped pass from quarterback Terry Bradshaw to Frenchy Fuqua to Harris for the score in the fourth quarter in Pittsburgh.
Fans Mob Franco Harris of the Pittsburgh Steelers
PURCHASE A LICENCE
How can I use this image?
475.00 €
EUR
Please note: images depicting historical events may contain themes, or have descriptions, that do not reflect current understanding. They are provided in a historical context. Learn more.

DETAILS

Restrictions:
No commercial uses without permission. Contact your local office.
Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
Editorial #:
515107346
Collection:
Bettmann
Date created:
23 December, 1972
Upload date:
Licence type:
Release info:
Not released. More information
Source:
Bettmann
Object name:
u1760393.jpg
Max file size:
4147 x 2784 px (35.11 x 23.57 cm) - 300 dpi - 4 MB