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8 ridiculously expensive sports items you can buy right now

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Sports fans can be intense.

The games, the hype, the merchandise -– people go nuts for it. And people go nuts for the most random things.

Check out the most ridiculously expensive sports items you can buy right now.

1. John Calipari autographed championship floorboard -- $4.995.95

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2. Sterling Sharpe game-used USC Gamecocks jersey -- $15,000


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3. Tim Tebow signed Florida Gators sneaker -- $3,000

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4. Locker room sign with USC coach autographs -- $3,500


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5. Michael Jordan 1982-83 National Championship signed program -- $2,495.95

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6. 1996 Peyton Manning autographed Tennessee Volunteers football ticket -- $2,250

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7. Duke ticket stub signed by Christian Laettner -- $1,750

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8. Eddie Guerrerro's autograph on a Marriott napkin -- $1,000

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