About Tom Izzo Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Tom Izzo went to college at Northern Michigan University, where he played guard on the basketball team for all four years. Following his graduation, Izzo became the head coach at a high school for a season before taking his first college job as an assistant coach at his alma mater. He later took an assistant coach position at Michigan State University in 1983 and remained in that position until 1995 when he became head coach.
Due to Izzo’s great success in the NCAA Tournament in the past, he has been nicknamed by some as “Mr. March”. Starting in 1998, Michigan State started a streak that now spans over 20 straight seasons in making it to the NCAA tournament. Back in 1999, Izzo won the Big Ten Tournament for the first time and he has since won it four more times. Later that season the Spartans made it to the Final Four for the first time under Izzo and they would continue to do so the next two years. Overall, Izzo has made the Final Four seven times, won the Big Ten Tournament Five Times, and won the NCAA Tournament once in 2000.
Tom Izzo has already been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame and has won over 500 games as the head coach at Michigan State University, the most in school history. Fans now have the opportunity to get autographed memorabilia from the legendary Hall of Fame coach’s career. These signed collectibles are certified authentic and are sure to look amazing wherever you showcase them in your home.
Collecting Tom Izzo Memorabilia
Tom Izzo Autographed Photos
: Tom Izzo has been the head coach at Michigan State University since 1995 and is the unquestioned face of that very successful program. Spartan fans who love Tom Izzo can now find an autographed picture of him coaching on the sideline. We also have pictures of Izzo cutting down the Championship net from when he won the National Championship in 2000. These autographed photos come guaranteed authentic.
Tom Izzo Autographed Basketballs
: For Spartans fans, there are few collectibles that should be more highly coveted than Tom Izzo autographed basketballs. Some of these basketballs include subscriptions that celebrate Izzo’s one National Championship with Michigan State in 2000. All of these signed Michigan State basketballs are sure to look amazing on display in your home or office and will increase in value over time. Each of these autographed basketballs comes with a certificate of authenticity.