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    1957 Topps Paul Hornung #151 PSA NM-MT+ 8.5. They called him the "Golden Boy," a moniker attributable both to his towheaded good looks and to the superior gridiron skills that earned him college football's most coveted hardware in 1956. During his final year at Notre Dame, the Heisman winner quite literally did it all, leading the Fighting Irish in passing, rushing, scoring, kickoff and punt returns, and punting. Defensively he ranked second in interception and tackles. He is widely considered the greatest player in the long and decorated history of Notre Dame football.

    Graded PSA NM-MT+ 8.5. One of three graded at the NM-MT+ level with eleven rated higher. Of the three Hall of Fame quarterbacks who made the 1957 Topps football series their rookie debut, it is Paul Hornung who has the fewest PSA submissions--not surprising, as his card originates from the scarce "high number" series. Very sharp example.

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