Morgan State University 1944 Authentic Football Jersey



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Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1944 Morgan State University Football Jersey. Knitted in our Seattle workshop. This jersey is as authentic as they come!

Product Details:

  • Knitted in our Seattle workshop
  • Made from 16-gauge worsted wool
  • Doubled elbows
  • Hand sewn wool felt #44 on front and back
  • Item #: MOR44FJ

League: Collegiate Football

History: In 1944 the Morgan State Bears captured their 11th CIAA (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) Championship - all with legendary Coach Eddie Hurt at the helm. They finished the season with a 6-1 record with the only blemish being a loss to Tuskegee by a score of 2-0. Hurt coached future NFL Hall of Famer Len Ford for one season in 1945 as well as 9x Pro Bowler and Hall of Famer Rosey Brown in 1951 & 1952.  Today, the Morgan State Bears are members of the MEAC (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) and play their home games at Hughes Stadium, better known as "The Den," Baltimore, Maryland.

Please note: Within the wool yarns, there may be some slight color variations. This is an inherent trait of the authentic wool we use. This should not be considered a flaw, but like the original garment, merely part of its charm.

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Kofi M.
United States

Great Item.

Great process. Perfect item.

Timothy D.
United States

Definitely A Classic~

I LOVE this old-school jersey! I love all things #44, which is what initially attracted me to it. It comes from a school with a proud history, and I learned one of my favorite sportswriters (William Rhoden) actually played there and wore the Morgan State uniform. The color combo was also great (Blue and Orange). I thought it would be bright white as pictured, but was instead more cream (a beige tint), but I'm still happy with it. The workmanship is outstanding.