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2001 Ed Reed Game-Worn Jersey Signed Miami Hurricanes – COA JSA & 100% Authentic TeamGo Back
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Ed Reed received an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Miami, where he was a standout defensive back for coach Butch Davis and coach Larry Coker’s Miami Hurricanes football teams from 1997 to 2001. Reed was a member of the Hurricane’s 2001 National Championship team. With Reed’s defensive domination that season, Miami was undefeated. In that National Championship (Rose Bowl), he had 9 total tackles to help beat the Nebraska Cornhuskers 37-14.
This game worn artifact originates from a team source.
Presented from their collection is an Ed Reed Miami Hurricanes game-worn-away jersey from 2001. It is a orange Hurricanes road jersey, that is multi-layered and designed by Nike. Of note, is the particularly rich hue of orange which showcases the mesh portion of the body. It features Reed’s number “20” printed on the chest, back, and shoulders in white with green borders.
On the back nameplate, “REED” is printed across the back shoulders in white lettering. The front chest features a Big East patch, a green Nike swoosh and the Miami “U” logo. The sides of the jersey are elasticized for fit and accented in orange, green, and white. A size “46” tag with a handwritten “1” designator in black felt tip is sewn on the front tail.
Overall, the wear on the jersey is tremendous. The body of the jersey features hit marks as well as degradation and cracking on the identifiers. Despite its normal cleaning, it still shows the battle wear throughout.
Reed took the time to autograph the back numeral in black felt tip (“8”) for the team source added value as well as his game used validation.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team. JSA Full Letter.