MEARS Auction #36, Ends March 31st, 2012, 9:00 CST w/ 15-Minute Rule
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 3/31/2012
Norm Bulaich wasn't your normal rookie. Drafted by the Colts with their first pick, the running back was thrown into the fire in year one and found himself at the center of the Colts Super Bowl hopes.

With the team driving, it was Bulaich who was counted on to gain a few yards to set up kicker Jimmy O'Brien for his heroics. He didn't fumble, and O'Brien's kick went through the uprights.

This size "46" jersey was worn by Bulaich when was the leading ground force for the Colts in the early '70s. Heavy use is captured on the durene jersey with heavy fraying and some pulling on the single-color white tackle twill identifiers. Stretch material is inserted on the sleeves to give the garment a tighter fit. "BULAICH" is correctly spaced on the reverse to a nameplate in single-color white tackle twill. White stripes are visible on the shoulders with single-color white tackle twill numbers decorating the sleeves. Applied in the tail is a Sand Knit size "46" tag which has been removed and subsequently taped back in with black double sided tape. Our guess is this was worn for more than just one season given the extensive wear exhibited. Some pulling is exhibited on the back numbers although they are still in-tact, just partially disengaged.


Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $500
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,172
Number Bids: 6
Auction closed on Sunday, April 1, 2012.
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