June 5th, 2022 Summer Games Auction (#58)
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This lot is closed. Bidding ended on 6/6/2022.
OJ Simpson led the nation in rushing during both of his seasons at the University of Southern California. The Heisman Trophy winner rushed for 1,543 yards and 13 touchdowns in 1967, and 1,880 yards on 383 carries in 1968. In 1967, during the Victory Bell rivalry game against UCLA, USC was down by six points in the fourth quarter when Simpson rushed for a 64-yard touchdown to give the Trojans a 21-20 victory. This was the biggest play in what is regarded as one of the greatest football games of the 20th century. Presented is the first fully documented and photo-matched Simpson USC jersey. Our consignor was gifted this jersey directly by USC and it has been in his possession for almost 50 years. The jersey is matched to multiple non in-game images which are included in this lot as they switched styles at the beginning of the season. On the crotch piece is the Rawlings manufacturer’s tag size “48” with an attached tag with washing instructions. The number “7” is handwritten inside the crotch piece in faded black marker. The player number “32” is on the front, back and both sleeves in gold tackle twill on this maroon jersey. This jersey presents beautifully without defects and is a perfect representation of one of the most iconic names in sports. This jersey was presented to us as player worn in pre-season photo shoots. Accompanied by a Photo-Match.com LOA.
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