This College Football Fan’s Collection of Memorabilia Will Put Yours to Shame (Video)

College football fans love memorabilia, but one fan, Jerry Quickel, took it to another level with his collection.

There’s nothing like hoarding gear and memorabilia for college football fans, but one fan, Jerry Quickel, can beat them all.

Quickel, a college football enthusiast, posted a Twitter video showing off his headgear collection. Warning: Your jaws will drop.

Talk about a collection. He’s got virtually everyone, including Oklahoma, Virginia, LSU, Clemson and even reigning national champion Georgia and runner-up Alabama. The reaction was one of pure shock and awe at such an amazing collection that leaves other collectors embarrassed.

When asked by a fan how many helmets he had, Quickel said he had over 430 helmets, 415 of which showed up in the first video.

College football fan Jerry Quickel has taken memorabilia ownership to a new level

It’s not uncommon for fans, particularly college football fans, to go out and make a mark with their collection of memorabilia, but Jerry Quickel may have skipped them all. And who says otherwise?

Owning so much gear and having the ability to represent any team of your choice while taking up so much space and time and dedicated to your craft is both impeccable and remarkable at the same time. It wouldn’t be surprising if Quickel could get up to 500 helmets if he so desired.

Props to Quickel for showing off his collection and bringing it to the attention of other collectors. You may think that they have the most incredible display in the world and that nobody can top them. Quickel said, “Hold My Beer,” dropped the mic, and left the stage. Fascinating yet beautiful.

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John Verrall

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