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The helmet used and signed by Auburn kick returner Chris Davis in last year's Iron Bowl, after he returned a missed 57-yard field goal by Alabama for a 109 yards as time expired, sold for $47,190 early Sunday morning. Goldin Auctions founder Ken Goldin confirmed that an Auburn alum was the winner.
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"We knew when we received this item on consignment it was something special and would be treasured by Auburn fans, alumni and college football collectors," "This helmet from one of the most historic and notable plays in college football goes down as one of the highest priced pieces of collegiate sports memorabilia ever sold, and certainly the most valuable that has been auctioned from a player or event that occurred within the past 20 years."
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Why does it have a BCS sticker on it from a non-BCS game?
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So, who gets the money?
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