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Greg Olsen Game-Worn Jersey Miami Hurricanes 2006 – COA Team LOAGo Back
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Greg Olsen originally enrolled at the University of Notre Dame but transferred as a freshman to the University of Miami in 2003. In 2003, he was on the Hurricanes’ scout team before suffering a shoulder injury and being redshirted. He became the starter of the Miami Hurricanes in his sophomore season in 2005 after Kevin Everett was drafted in the third round by the Buffalo Bills. In his career, he totaled 87 receptions for 1215 yards and six touchdowns.
This game worn artifact originates from a team source and includes a letter from the equipment manager
Presented is a Greg Olsen Miami Hurricanes game-worn home jersey from 2006. It is an orange Hurricanes home 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 Olsen number “82” printed on the chest, back, and shoulders in white with green borders.
On the back nameplate, “OLSEN” is printed across the back shoulders in white lettering. The front chest features a ACC patch, a white 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 “44” tag is sewn in the tail with a “S” flap. The jersey shows mild wear with some loose threading present.
Authentication: Team Letter
Greg Olsen Game-Worn Jersey Miami Hurricanes