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1995 Kansas University "Big-8" Conference Champions Tennis Ring
1995 Kansas University "Big-8" Conference Champions Tennis Ring
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This a 1995 Kansas University Gold-Plated "Big-8" Conference Championship Tennis Ring.
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2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game Watch with Presentation Box!
2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game Watch with Presentation Box!
Our Price: $155.00
Sale Price: $135.00
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2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game Watch with Presentation Box

This Beautiful watch was issued to both teams that played in the ACC Championship Game. It was issued to the players, coaches & a select few others that were part of the organization. This watch was never made available to the public, it is in "Like New Condition," but needs a battery. Please message us with any questions.

No Brand is listed on the watch, it has a leather band, and the protective plastic is still on the back of the watch.
Call or text Scott (949)246-0826 with any questions

The 2011 ACC Championship Game was the seventh football championship game for the Atlantic Coast Conference It featured the winners of the ACCs two divisions, the Atlantic Division and the Coastal Division. Clemson represented the Atlantic while the Coastal division was represented by Virginia Tech. It was Clemson's second appearance, and Virginia Tech's fifth, in the ACC Championship Game. Clemson defeated Virginia Tech by a score of 38-10, earning a spot in the 2012 Orange Bowl. Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd was named the game's MVP, after completing 20-29 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for a touchdown.

Virginia Tech went on to play in the 2012 Sugar Bowl, where they were defeated 23-20 by Michigan.

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2000 Nokia Sugar Bowl NCAA Football National Championship Watch!
2000 Nokia Sugar Bowl NCAA Football National Championship Watch!
Our Price: $175.00
Sale Price: $145.00
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2000 Nokia Sugar Bowl NCAA Football Championship Watch

This Beautiful watch was issued to the Florida St. Seminoles after beating the Virginia Tech Hokie 46-29 in the BCS National Championship (Sugar Bowl) Game. The watch was manufactured by Endura and was issued to the players, coaches & a select few others that were part of the organization. This watch was never made available to the public. The watch is in good used condition but needs a battery. Please message or call us with any questions (949) 246-0826.

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Tim Carter's 2001 Auburn Tigers Game Worn & Autographed Football Helmet!
Tim Carter's 2001 Auburn Tigers Game Worn & Autographed Football Helmet!
Our Price: $475.00

This is a Game-Worn Auburn Tigers Football Helmet used by Wide Receiver Tim Carter from the 2001 season. It shows good overall use and has the complete chin strap and mouth guard attached. This awesome helmet is AUTOGRAPHED Tim Carter 2001 T.C. #2 "War Eagle." It has all original team logos with Carter's #2 on the back with the USA Flag. The helmet came directly from Tim Carter, and is Guaranteed 100% Authentic.

Timothy M. Carter attended Auburn University. He was a two-year starter that originally played defensive back. He led the team in receiving during his Senior year, totaling 35 catches for 570 yards (16.3 average) with three touchdowns while also averaging 23.9 yards in returning kicks. As a junior, he registered 21 catches for 271 yards and one touchdown as a receiver with 19 returns for 243 yards and one touchdown returning kicks. Carter was drafted by the New York Giants in the second round of the 2002 NFL draft. He also played for the Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans and the St. Louis Rams. He finished his NFL career with 81-Receptions, 1090-Receiving yards and 4-Touchdowns. Great item for any Auburn Tigers Fan!

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George Achica's 1982 "Morris Trophy" (Most Outstanding Lineman Award)!
George Achica's 1982 "Morris Trophy" (Most Outstanding Lineman Award)!
Our Price: $1,895.00
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This massive One Of A Kind Trophy was awarded to the most outstanding lineman in the PAC-10 Conference. The "Morris Award" was started in1980 (40-Years Ago). This incredibly rare trophy was awarded to George Achica in1982. Featuring a wood base with a 2 inch thick acrylic top,the trophy measures 18H X 6.5D X 15.5W. This is truly one of the rarest trophies out there. I have never seen another one for sale.

George Achica (born December 19, 1960) is a former American college and professional football player who was a defensive lineman in the USFL and NFL for four seasons during the 1980s. Achica played college football for the University of Southern California, and was recognized as an All-American. He played professionally for the Los Angeles Express of the USFL, and the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL. Achica attended the University of Southern California, where he played for the USC Trojans Football team from 1979 to 1982. He was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American, the Lombardi Award runner-up, and Morris Trophy winner as a senior in 1982. Achica was the first of four Samoans to be selected as All-Americans at USC; the others being Junior Seau, Troy Polamalu, and Lofa Tatupu.
Achica was also a three-time first team Pac-10 defensive line selection from 1980-1982. One of Achica's Samoan teammates at USC is current Jacksonville Jaguars running backs coach Kennedy Pola.
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