Auburn 2004 Championship ring up for sale

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2004 was a pretty good year for Auburn Football. The Tigers went on an incredible 13-0 run on their way to the SEC Championship in what was a great year to be a fan of the side. 

Well now fans can feel even more closer to that side.

On the tenth anninversary of the being named champs, an SEC Championship ring worth $10,000 has been put up for sale on online auction site eBay. 

Not much is known about the seller apart from that he was a member of the Auburn coaching staff in 2004. 

If fans do want to get their hands on this amazing piece of memorabilia then they will have to fork out a cool $4,500 (the lots price at time of writing).

According to the listing: "The ring is 10K Yellow Gold, Made by Balfour, weighs a heavy 35 grams, aprox. size 12.5...The top of the ring has a lot of pop with all the C'Z'S(Cubic Zirconias)."

That star-studded Auburn team produced four first round picks in the 2004 NFL draft as well as five future pro-bowl players, offensive linemen Marcus McNeill and Ben Grubbs, running back Ronnie Brown, defensive back Carlos Rogers and defensive tackle Jay Ratliff. 

You can check out the ring here.

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