Tag Archives: Texas Longhorns

A Way-Too-Early Look At the 2018 NBA Draft

00000 The college basketball season is in its infancy, but there have been some eye-catching performances from college players and some players in Europe. These players are looking to solidify their 2018 NBA Draft chances. Meanwhile, some NBA teams and their fans are already looking forward to the end of this NBA Season so their […]

Sources: Panini close to near-exclusive in college card market

The changes coming to the college trading card landscape in 2015 are going to be even more dramatic than anticipated, according to industry sources.

Panini America adds Texas Longhorns to licenses

Panini America hooked ’em.

Digging for diamonds: Scouting top MLB Draft prospects already on USA Baseball cards

Thanks to officially licensed releases from USA Baseball alone, 23 of Baseball America’s Top 100 draft prospects already appear on baseball cards.

Your Turn (BSCM 331): Show your school colors … who do you collect?

What school do you collect … and how do you do it?

A belated apology to an Adrian Peterson card

Beckett Football editor Andrew Tolentino recently found himself on the losing end of a friendly wager he made on the Beckett Media Facebook page, and this is his comeuppance.

Weekly Highlights (Oct. 3 – Oct. 7)

00000 This week in sensational SuperCollectors Find yourself on Facebook: The Beckett Media SuperCollector gallery Eric Juhl’s collecting dreams have come true, and so can yours This week in college football rivalries Upper Deck prevents paper-cut massacre by not yet releasing Texas, OU card sets Beckett Football‘s Andrew Tolentino puts forth a friendly challenge for […]

Upper Deck heightens Texas-OU rivalry on cardboard

00000 By Andrew Tolentino | Football Editor | Commentary On the eve of this year’s Red River Rivalry, Upper Deck unveiled even more images from its cardboard tributes to both universities. The image update specifically showcases more Monumental Moments cards from respective base sets. Having personally witnessed the glorious and sometimes gruesome intensity of this […]