Kris Haines Signed Notre Dame Logo Football with Multiple Inscriptions (Haines Holo)
1979 Cotton Bowl "The Chicken Soup Game" Joe Montana & Kris Haines Play
A very rare and unique piece of Notre Dame history, signed by Kris Haines, the wide receiver who caught Joe Montana's 1979 Cotton Bowl touchdown pass to win the game with zero seconds left on the clock. In addition to signing and extensively inscribing the football to commemorate the game, Kris Haines also hand-drew the actual play that he and Montana connected on to win the game for the Fighting Irish.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish logo football has been hand-signed and inscribed in blue felt-tip pen by Kris Haines.
Please Note: The ball has a very minor ink stain [View Pics].
The 1979 Cotton Bowl Classic, popularly called the Chicken Soup Game, was played between the Notre Dame and the University of Houston. The game took place on an unusually cold day in Dallas, Texas, played the day after Dallas' worst ice storm in 30 years.
The final play was a touchdown pass from Joe Montana to receiver Kris Haines as the clock reached zero. Notre Dame won the game 35–34.
This is a must-own item for the serious Notre Dame fan!
Official Haines Player Hologram
The autograph includes an official Kris Haines player hologram for authenticity purposes.