Brian Bosworth is one of the most infamous players in the history of college football as his persona on and off the field was made extremely popular with fans and unpopular against his opponents. Known by his nickname and persona “The Boz” which was characterized by his menacing play, radical hairstyles and his embrace of controversy. Bosworth would often referred to as the NCAA as the “National Communists Against Athletes” due to their strict rules that often contradicted with his antics.
Still, Bosworth was one of the best linebackers in college football during his time at the University of Oklahoma. Bosworth won two Butkus Awards in 1985 and 1986 for being the nations best linebacker and he helped lead the Sooners to a National Championship in 1985. After being unanimous All-American in his last two seasons, Bosworth was regarded as the top prospect going into the 1987 NFL supplemental draft and was selected first overall by the Seattle Seahawks. Bosworth’s antics did not stop in the NFL, but he played relatively well during his short-lived NFL career.
Due to injuries Bosworth only played 24 games in his NFL career and only two in his third season before he had to retire from the NFL. After his NFL career, Brian transferred his Boz persona to the big screen and appeared in many movies. Fans of Bosworth now have the chance to get their own autographed collectibles from the great champion football player. All of our Bosworth autographed memorabilia come certified authentic and will look amazing on display in your home or office.
Collecting Brian Bosworth MemorabiliaBrian Bosworth Autographed Photos: We offer a selection of rare autographed photos from Brian Bosworth’s career at Oklahoma in college and his persona off the field of “The Boz” which eventually led him to star in movies. One of the photos we offer is of Bosworth leaning up against his “The Boz” sports car. All the photos that have been signed by Bosworth are certified authentic and are sure to look fantastic displayed in your home, office or man cave.