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1996 FSU Florida St. Seminoles NCAA Football "Orange Bowl" Champions 10K Gold Ring!
1996 FSU Florida St. Seminoles NCAA Football "Orange Bowl" Champions 10K Gold Ring!

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1996 Florida St. Seminoles 10K Gold NCAA Football "Orange Bowl" Champions 10K Gold Ring!

This beautiful and quite large championship ring is made by Balfour (Stamped: Balfour 10K with the player's initials). This truly stunning Seminoles ring is from their "Orange Bowl" Victory, beating Notre Dame 31-26 and finishing the season 10-2. The Ring weighs a heavy 40.2-GRAMS of 10K Gold, is approximately a Size-11.0 ....and is in NearMint Condition! The ring belonged to wide receiver, E.G. Green. As always each and everything we sell is guaranteed 100% Authentic. Please call or text (949) 246-0826 Scott Welkowsky with any questions.

Green played for coach Bobby Bowden. He redshirted during the 1993 national championship year for the Seminoles. As a redshirt freshman in 1994, Green played in 11 games, catching 18 passes for 192 yards and one touchdown. During his sophomore year in 1995, Green emerged onto the national scene, catching 60 passes for 1007 yards and 10 touchdowns in 11 games. As a junior in 1996, Green and the Seminoles utilized a more run-oriented offense behind halfback Warrick Dunn, but Green pulled in 34 passes for 662 yards and 7 touchdowns in a year that saw the Seminoles play for the national title. In his senior year, Green cemented his place as one of college football's finest receivers with his second 1000-yard season. He ended 1997 with 54 catches for 1059 yards and 11 touchdowns and was named a 2nd Team All-American by both the Associated Press and the Football News.

Green left Florida State as the Seminoles' all-time leader in receiving touchdowns, with 29 in his career. And with 182 total points, he still stands at 13th on the all-time scoring list at Florida State. During Green's five years as a player, from 1993 to 1997, Florida State amassed a 56�6�1 record.

Green was drafted by the Colts in the third round of the 1998 NFL Draft, and was the 71st overall pick He played in 12 games in 1998 and had 15 receptions for 177 yards and one touchdown (an 11.8 yards per reception average). In 1999, Green played in 11 games and had 21 receptions for 287 yards, averaging 13.7 yards per reception. He suffered a fractured leg in the first half of the Colts divisional playoff contest against the eventual AFC Champion Tennessee Titans.

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