Marcus Hall Is Getting Paid to Give Michigan the 'Bird'
He may have sparked an uproar at the time, but his unfledged actions are actually starting to pay off. Literally.
Fox Sports and Scout.com reporter Ben Axelrod came across a framed, autographed photo of Hall’s memorable moment in Ann Arbor while at a local sports memorabilia store in Columbus.
Axelrod tweeted, “Think a 1.5 game suspension was worth it for Marcus Hall in the long run?”
No longer a member of the Ohio State football team as a near college graduate, Hall can legally make money off his merchandise—and I’m guessing this piece will be where he earns the most revenue.
Along with his signature, Hall wrote, "4 x GOLD PANTS," referring to the gold keychain-like charms all Buckeyes receive each time they beat the Wolverines on the gridiron.
They were 4-1 during his career.
Sports Possessions has been promoting a signing event including Hall scheduled for February 22, where he is set to sign "the most popular image of the year."
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