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2010 Michigan Wolverines Men's Football Gator Bowl College Championship Ring
Product Code: GatorBowl2011M
Availability: In Stock
2010 Michigan Wolverines Men's Football Gator Bowl Championship Ring, Custom Gator Bowl Champions Ring
Material: You can choose material to get this ring in copper, silver, or yellow gold
Size: Standard US size from size 8 to size 15 (some rare size need about some extra days to make)
high grade studded AAA CZ on top
All Stones are prong set by our skilled workers, not glued
Deep Sharp engraving and 3 D letters.
All Details Are Clear to See
Solid ring, very heavy
Weight: about 45 to 60 grams, around 220 to 260 grams with packing
Packing: Luxury Wooden Gift box
Custom service: Customize service is available for this ring, we can put your name and number on the ring to make your championship ring personalized, if you want this custom service, please put your name and number on the Column when you made the purchase
The 2010 Michigan Wolverines football team represented the University of Michigan in the 2010 NCAA Division I FBS football season. Michigan played its home games at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan and competed in the Big Ten Conference. The season was the first since the renovation of Michigan Stadium, begun in 2007, was completed. The Wolverines were led by third-year head coach Rich Rodriguez. After its week 10 win against Illinois, Michigan became bowl eligible for the first time since 2007, and later accepted a bid to play in the Gator Bowl against Mississippi State on January 1, 2011, losing 52–14. The Wolverines finished the season sixth out of 120 Division I FBS teams in total offense, 110th in total defense and 112th in passing defense. Michigan finished with an overall record of 7–6, 3–5 in Big Ten play. After the season, head coach Rich Rodriguez and his staff were dismissed on January 5, 2011.
Several individual players had standout performances. Quarterback Denard Robinson set several school records, became the first quarterback in college football history to rush and pass for 1,500 yards, and finished sixth in Heisman Trophy voting. He surpassed Drew Brees' single-season Big Ten Conference total offense record and the FBS single-season quarterback rushing record. He also won the 2010 Big Ten rushing title, the Chicago Tribune Silver Football for being the Big Ten's Most Valuable Player, and was named the Big Ten's Offensive Player of the Year.
Jonas Mouton was the Big Ten's statistical champion in tackles, while Jordan Kovacs finished second. In conference games alone, Roy Roundtree led the conference in receiving yards per game, in part on the strength of a school single-game record 246-yard outing against Illinois. Reserve quarterback Tate Forcier also set a school single-game completion percentage record with a 12-for-12 performance against Bowling Green. The defense also set several records, including most points allowed and yards allowed.
Main Features of Our Rings
All our rings are 1:1 duplicated from the original ring, our rings are solid not hollow back, very heavy, 3D design, deep engraving, all details on the ring are very clear to see! All stones on the ring are prongset, not glued! All rings are handmade by our experienced jewellers!
All pics we listed on our site are taken from our real ring, WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU WILL GET, BUY IN CONFIDENT!
Material We Use On the Ring
Metal Base: We can use the ring of the following material as the metal base:
1)Copper (It will be solid copper with yellow/white gold plating layer)
2)925 Sterling Silver ( It will be solid 925 sterling silver, real silver, 925 stamps engraved inside the ring)
3)10K/14K Gold ( It will be solid real gold, 10K or 14K will be stamped inside)
Stones on the ring:
All Czs we use on the ring are top grade AAA cz!
we can make the real with real gemstone or diamonds with extra cost!
RingofChampion.com only make top quality championship rings, we never ever make cheap championship rings!