Would you buy a SABAN signed LSU piece?

bamaga

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No, I never would. Sorry. I do realize the investment value long term, but the LSU aspect is a deal breaker for me. Maybe years after CNS retires I would !
 
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KrAzY3

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For that price absolutely, heck if you felt really bad about it you could cut out the signature. Which is a pretty bad thing to do but then you'd just have a Saban signature you could put in a small frame.

I actually have a Shug Jordan signed scholarship offer (honorary). It's not something I display but it was practically free and my keeping it means some Auburn fan doesn't get their hands on it, heh.
 
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Crimson1967

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I wouldn’t pay $200 for it but definitely $1.50. Might be an interesting read although Brian Curtis probably did the heavy (and much of the light) lifting.
 
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81usaf92

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I have several CNS signed stuff so I’m really not hurting for his autograph. If it was Greg Maddux or Brady (guys in which it’s difficult to get their autographs) then yes.

The real value in the piece is that it’s a LSU signed item.