Bob Knight selling off NCAA championship rings from time at Indiana University
Olympic medal, warmup jacket also up for auction
Legendary basketball coach Bob Knight is selling off his championship rings from his time at Indiana University. Here's a look at the collectables that will be up for auction:
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NEW YORK - Legendary basketball coach Bob Knight is selling off his championship rings from his time at Indiana University.
A collection of the former coach's memorabilia will be auctioned by Steiner Sports Memorabilia.
The auction runs through Dec. 5 and will feature Knight's rings from his three NCAA championship teams at Indiana -- the undefeated 1976 season and the ones from 1981 and 1987.
The company will also sell a sports coat and a warmup jacket given to Knight as coach of the gold-medal winning U.S. Olympic team in 1984.
Knight set a Division I record, which has since been surpassed, with 902 wins at Army, Indiana and Texas Tech.
The sale also features the jersey Yankees pitcher Don Larsen wore while pitching a perfect game in the World Series.
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