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Bo Jackson "Bo Knows the Raider Nation" Spotlight Photograph (SG Signature Series)

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    Bo Knows playing two major sports at a very high level. In football, Jackson played running back for the Raiders In baseball, Jackson played Left Field and DH for the Royals, White Sox, and Angels. And although a severe hip injury ended Jackson's career much too soon, Bo still left his mark on the Sports World. In fact he is still one the more popular athletes for Collectibles despite only 2,782 career rushing yards and a career .250 batting average. Why? Put simply, Bo was THE man in sports in the late 80's/early 90's. At Auburn University, Jackson ran for 4,303 career yards with a 6.6 yards per carry average, winning the 1985 Heisman Trophy. Jackson's number 34 was retired by Auburn in 1992 and in 2007 Jackson ranked #8 on ESPN's Top 25 Players in College Football History. And Jackson's impact on pro sports was just as dramatic. He is the only athlete ever to make the All-Star Team in two major sports when he was a 1989 Baseball All-Star Selection and Game MVP and 1990 Pro Bowl Selection. Really a back-up to Marcus Allen on the Raiders, Jackson hardly seemed second-string. His most famous game was his 1987 221-yard rushing performance on Monday Night Football against the Seattle Seahawks, where he bowled over loudmouth Linebacker Brian Bosworth, had a 91-yard TD run down the sideline that continued into the field's tunnel entrance, and scored three touchdowns. Bo knows performing on the big stage! Our SG Signature Series is a great way to showcase athletes signatures by featuring engraved facsimile signatures on an inset plate. This unsigned display features a great 16x20 or 11x14 spotlight shot (color on b&w background) photo of Bo running for the Raiders along with engraving of his unique signature, Raiders logo, and "Bo Knows The Raider Nation". Sports Gallery Quality Framed with black wood moulding, glass and Raiders matting, this beauty is an outstanding display that is sure to get a big reaction.