SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. — It took only 34 minutes for four years of sports memorabilia earned by former Nebraska football player Aaron Taylor to change hands during a bankruptcy auction here Saturday.
Taylor's national and conference championship rings and Outland Trophy were put on the auction block to satisfy a Chapter 7 bankruptcy ruling that said the former Cornhusker lineman needed to repay at least $109,543 in debts stemming from a failed business venture.
In the end, the auctioned items went for a total of $28,500 from four unidentified bidders who participated through a proxy bidding agency in Omaha.
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