H2H - Tim Brown & Tony Dorsett Blue Matte HOF authentic speed helmet
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About H2H Foundation
During the last 125 years, more than 5 million men have played college football. However, only ten have achieved one of the rarest dual accomplishments of professional sports: winning the Heisman Trophy and being enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The historic group of football legends includes iconic names such as Marcus Allen, Tim Brown, Earl Campbell, Tony Dorsett, Roger Staubach, Paul Hornung, Doak Walker and, most recently, Charles Woodson. The mission of the H2H Foundation is to translate the on-the-field legacy of the H2H Legends into positive community impacts off-the-field through charitable activities including fostering youth sports, providing public education on matters of health, fitness and leadership, endowing educational scholarships, providing humanitarian relief, and contributing to social justice causes in underserved communities throughout the United States.
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