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First Look: 2010 SPx Football by Tracy Hackler

Upper Deck officials on Wednesday offered first glimpses of the history-making 2010 SPx Football release, the first in the brand’s 15-year history not to include NFL logos. Like all of the company’s 2010 football products, SPx will carry exclusive licensing from the Collegiate Licensing Company and an NFL Players license when it arrives in October.

The product includes a 235-card base set (including 35 Rookie Autographed Jersey cards and 50 Rookie Signatures) and is highlighted by Upper Deck’s unique Shadow Box insert cards (including some autographed versions) that will fall one per case.

All rookie autographs will be numbered to 599 or less.

According to UD officials, each box should deliver one Rookie Autographed Jersey card and up to three additional autograph or memorabilia cards per box.

Stay tuned to Beckett.com for additional information on this product.

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Awful design from the worst manufacturer in the industry. Event-worn college jerseys? No thanks. I’ll stick with my beloved Panini and Topps.

Comment by Adam Gellman

with press pass losing their college rights someone needs to pick up the slack .Not really a pro fan . As far as event used college jersey not a big difference than an event worn pro uni .Really looking forward to this release

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