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2016 Baylor Bears NCAA Basketball 3X Tournament Champions Ring!
2016 Baylor Bears NCAA Basketball 3X Tournament Champions Ring!
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This is a stunning, 2016 Baylor Bears NCAA Basketball Tournament Champions Ring. This unusual championship ring is approximately a size 11.25 and weighs 38.9 grams, it is done in a new, nearly black finish with a large beautiful green stone. Manufactured by Jostens (Stamped "C" in a circle, "J" in a diamond, SLTM, with the player's name engraved in script) The ring is in near mint to mint condition. Per NCAA Policy the ring is non-gold with synthetic stones. Please call or text Scott with any questions (949) 246-0826 SOLD more info
2006 Cal Bears "Pac-10" Champions NCAA Football Pendant!
2006 Cal Bears "Pac-10" Champions NCAA Football Pendant!
Our Price: $295.00

This simply Gorgeous, 2006 Cal Bears "Pac-10" Champions NCAA Football Pendant is made by Jostens (Stamped "C" in a circle, Jostens LTM). This stunning pendant is in "Near Mint to Mint Condition" and would be an awesome addition to any fans collection! Please text Scott with any questions (949) 246-0826


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Alijah Vera-Tucker's 2019 USC Trojans Game-Worn Jersey!
Alijah Vera-Tucker's 2019 USC Trojans Game-Worn Jersey!
Our Price: $995.00
Sale Price: $750.00
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Alijah Vera-Tucker's 2019 USC Trojans Game-Worn Jersey!
This awesome jersey shows tons of use, with hit marks on both shoulders, is manufactured by Nike, and is a size 48 with all the proper tagging. Please call or text Scott Welkowsky with any questions (949) 246-0826

The first-team all-state and San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro selection from Oakland's Bishop O'Dowd High School played in all 12 games as a reserve his redshirt freshman season at USC. Given the chance to start all 13 games at left guard in 2019, he not only garnered second-team All-Pac-12 notice but won the team's Offensive Lineman of the Year Award over stud left tackle and 2020 first-round pick Austin Jackson. Vera-Tucker initially opted out of the 2020 season but decided to opt back in when the Pac-12 announced it would have a fall football season instead of playing in the spring. He started all six of the Trojans' games at left tackle to earn first-team all-conference honors

Alijah was drafted in the 1st round to the New York Jets in 2021

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2017 Boise St. Broncos Mountain West / Las Vegas Bowl Champions NCAA  Football Ring!
2017 Boise St. Broncos Mountain West / Las Vegas Bowl Champions NCAA Football Ring!
Our Price: $1,450.00
Sale Price: $1,250.00
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This BIG, gorgeous 2017 Boise St. Broncos Football "Mountain West" / "Las Vegas Bowl" Champions Ring is from the season the Broncos finished the regular season an impressive 11-3 and Ranked #11th in the Nation!! This stunning ring belonged to - Sam Whitney #53 is approximately a Size-13 and weighs a hefty 69.8-Grams. Manufactured by Barron, it has all the proper markings stamped & engraved inside, and is in Near Mint Condition, worn just a couple of times.

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2001 Washington State Cougars "Sun Bowl Champions" NCAA Football Ring!
2001 Washington State Cougars "Sun Bowl Champions" NCAA Football Ring!
Our Price: $1,295.00

This is a Beautiful, 2001 Washington State Cougars "Sun Bowl" Champions NCAA Football Ring! This awesome ring belonged to Defensive Back, Hamza Abdullah #28, is approximately a size 10, and weighs 35.7 grams. The ring is manufactured by Jostens (Stamped: "C" Jostens, YLTM with the player's initials H.A.). It is in Near Mint to Mint Condition with a few small scratches and dings. As per NCAA Policy, the ring is non-gold with C.Z. stones. Call or text Scott with any questions (949) 246-0826
Hamza Abdullah:

RS-FRESHMAN (2001-02): V-letter...Games - 7...Starts - 0...after not playing in the first three games, played in the next seven, generally on special teams...suffered a knee injury at Arizona State that sidelined him for the Washington and Sun Bowl games...earned the following weekly team awards: OSU/Specialist of the Week/Most Disciplined Special Team/Assassin/Gamebreaker; Oregon/Specialist of the Week.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2002-03): V-letter...Games - 9...Starts - 0...did not play in the Nevada opener...primarily saw action on special teams and on obvious passing plays...compound dislocation of finger on right hand prior to Montana State game...missed action against MSU, Cal and USC...had a career-high three tackles against ASU and two tackles against Washington...two tackles in WSU's Rose Bowl game against Oklahoma.

RS-JUNIOR (2003-04): Games - 12...Starts - 0...earned the following weekly team awards: Iron Man - Arizona. Special Teams: Punts, punt returns. Registered a season high four tackles against UCLA; Had three stops against Stanford and two tackles in five other games...only TFL came against Arizona; Key player in WSU's "dime" defense; Missed WSU's win over Texas in the Holiday Bowl after suffering a bruised knee in practice.


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*STAR* WR - Darren Carrington's 2013 Oregon Ducks Alamo Bowl Champions Football Ring!
*STAR* WR - Darren Carrington's 2013 Oregon Ducks Alamo Bowl Champions Football Ring!
Our Price: $2,495.00
Sale Price: $1,975.00
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Darren Carrington's 2013 Oregon Ducks "Alamo Bowl" Champions Football Championship Ring! This rare, one-of-a-kind ring in near Mint Condition belonged to *STAR* Wide Receiver - Darren Carrington II from the season Oregon finished 11-2 and ranked #9 in the Nation!

A beautiful ring, Carrington was a two-time second-team *All-Pac-12* Conference selection, who had 11-career 100+ yard reception games, and finished with an impressive 2,899-yards receiving with 21-touchdowns in his NCAA career!!

Oregon started-off the 2013 season with an explosive 8-0 start and would be ranked #2 in the Country for 10-weeks, loosing only to #6 ranked Stanford on the road in Palo Alto, and to always tough 8-5 Arizona in Tucson. The Ducks would finish the season strong, beating Oregon State in the "
Civil War" and crushing the Texas Longhorns, 30-7, in the Alamo Bowl in front of 65,918 fans!


A product of San Diego, CA ....Darren redshirted in 2013, and would burst onto the scene at Oregon in 2014, seeing action in 14-games and making 1-start. Carrington finished his freshman season with 37-receptions for 704-yards and 4-TD's! But even more impressive was Carrington's standout performance in the "Rose Bowl" which was the National Championship semi-final game, with 7-receptions for 165-yards and 2-touchdowns of 56-yards & 30-yards from Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, Marcus Mariota, in a 59-20 win over Florida State!! The Ducks would end-up falling short in the National Championship Game, 42-20, to Ohio State.

Carrington attended the 2018 NFL Combine and signed as an undrafted free-agent with the Dallas Cowboys in August, spending the preseason with Dallas before being released as part of the final cuts before the start of the regular season. In October, Carrington signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL.

Produced by Jostens (Stamped: "C" in a Circle, "J" in a Diamond & YLTM) ....it's approximately a Size-13 and weighs 35.2-Grams. Even though this rare ring looks like 10K yellow gold, it's non-gold, with CZ diamonds per NCAA policy.
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1981 Georgia Bulldogs "SEC" Champions 10K Gold Ring!
1981 Georgia Bulldogs "SEC" Champions 10K Gold Ring!
Our Price: $2,995.00
Sale Price: $2,550.00
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This is a extremely rare, 1981 Georgia Bulldogs SEC Champions 10K Gold Ring. This awesome ring is manufactured by Jostens (Stamped Jostens 10K 81-49) is approximately a size 10 and weighs 27.5 grams. it is in good used condition and has CFL, Hall of Famer Ben Zambiasi's name on the side. Zambiasi played football at Georgia in the late 70's so we are not sure why it was made and awarded to him. The player's version had a different top and was made from non-gold. Please call or text Scott with any questions (949) 246-0826 more info
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!
Our Price: $3,500.00
Sale Price: $2,795.00
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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𤖫 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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