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January 02, 2013

"The Immaculate Interception"

Still probably the most amazing play I've seen. This is an interesting story about who ended up with the ball.


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Joe R.

To me, the ball itself is a mere curiousity, worth little more than its intrinsic value. Similarly, any ball or other object used in some famous sporting event holds no fascination to me.

But then, I could never see why someone would want another person's autograph.

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