Fourteen years after reaching for a foul ball, tipping it away from Moises Alou in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, and entrenching himself forever in the tortured mythos of Cubs fandom, Steve Bartman will receive a World Series ring.
Oklahoma State suffered one of the cruelest and most controversial losses of the college football season last September, when Central Michigan won on the final play with a wild hook-and-ladder lateral hail mary play.
Florida State spent $234 apiece on 265 rings to commemorate the football team’s ability to beat Miami, South Florida, and Florida last season, according to a purchase order provided by the athletic department.
Florida State’s football team didn’t win a national title, conference championship, or bowl game last season, but the players earned a ring anyway for the distinction of being good in Florida. Congratulations to the good Florida team.
When the Denver Broncos received their Super Bowl rings Sunday, defensive coordinator Wade Phillips’s jewelry had the wrong name. (It was engraved with the name “Peters.”) He showed a photo of the correct ring Thursday, along with the erroneous one.
Shopping for an engagement ring has got to be one of the most angst-ridden things a grown-ass man can go through. Between worrying about the correct sizing, decoding the "one-sixth of your annual salary" thing, and, you know, trying to find a style that your soul mate will want to wear for the rest of her life,…
Holly Rowe is sporting all nine of the rings commemorating the Jayhawks recent Big XII championships and is just missing one for the other thumb.
Elgin Baylor did it all. Rookie of the year. The hall of fame. Eleven all-star appearances, and 10 NBA first-team selections. But though he went to the finals eight times in his 13-plus-year career, he never won the big one. That out of the way, want to buy Elgin Baylor's championship ring?
That's 14-karat white and yellow gold and a total of 219 diamonds on each one. The 2006 ring only had 159 diamonds, so a nice upgrade, really, if 159 weren't enough for you.
A Penn State memorabilia collector and reputable seller on eBay listed Jerry Sandusky's 1986 Penn State national championship ring for auction this morning. The starting price is one dollar, but the seller tells Deadspin he's looking for somewhere in the neighborhood of ten thousand dollars.