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Last updated on Tuesday, October 16, 2012
(NEW YORK) - Legendary basketball coach Bob Knight is selling off his championship rings from his time at Indiana University.
A collection of the former coach's memorabilia will be auctioned by Steiner Sports Memorabilia.
The auction runs through Dec. 5 and will feature Knight's rings from his three NCAA championship teams at Indiana -- the undefeated 1976 season and the ones from 1981 and 1987.
The company will also sell a sports coat and a warmup jacket given to Knight as coach of the gold-medal winning U.S. Olympic team in 1984.
Knight set a Division I record, which has since been surpassed, with 902 wins at Army, Indiana and Texas Tech.
The sale also features the jersey Yankees pitcher Don Larsen wore while pitching a perfect game in the World Series.
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