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Morgan State University 1944 Authentic Football Jersey

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Description: Authentic reproduction of the original 1944 Morgan State University Football Jersey. Made on our own knitting machines 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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KM
01/31/2019
Kofi M.
United States

Great Item.

Great process. Perfect item.

TD
01/02/2019
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.