Michigan State Alumni Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1950 Topps Felt Backs||31||Gene Glick||quarterback||Michigan State|
|1951 Bowman||60||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||Rookie card
Chandnois led the NFL with 32.5 yards per kickoff return in 1951.
|1951 Topps Magic||75||Bob Carey||end, kicker||Michigan State||Carey played 3 seasons for the Los Angeles Rams and 1 for the Chicago Bears.|
|1952 Bowman Large||20||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||Chandnois led the NFL with 35.2 yards per kickoff return in 1952.|
|1952 Bowman Large||82||Henry Minarik||Pittsburgh Steelers||end||Michigan State||Short print|
|1952 Bowman Small||20||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State|
|1952 Bowman Small||82||Henry Minarik||Pittsburgh Steelers||end||Michigan State|
|1953 Bowman||76||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||Chandnois led the NFL with 1593 all-purpose yards in 1953.||PSA 9|
|1954 Blue Ribbon||14||Jesse Thomas||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||defensive back||Michigan State||Thomas played three seasons for the NFL's Baltimore Colts and one for the AFL's Los Angeles Chargers.|
|1954 Bowman||24||Don Dohoney||Chicago Cardinals||end||Michigan State||Rookie card
Dohoney was an Academic All-American at Michigan State in 1953.
|1954 Bowman||31||Ray Wietecha||New York Giants||center||Northwestern, Michigan State||Rookie card||exmt|
|1954 Bowman||49cor||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||This variation has Chandnois spelled correctly on the back.||PSA 7|
|1954 Bowman||49err||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||Error card
This variation has Chandnois misspelled "Chadnois" on the back.
|1954 Bowman||75||Jim Neal||Detroit Lions||center||Michigan State||Short print|
|1954 Rams Team Issue||2||Bob Carey||Los Angeles Rams||end, kicker||Michigan State||Carey shared placekicking duties with Les Richter in the first game of the 1954 season. He made his only field goal attempt and 2 of 2 extra point attempts, but he never attempted another kick.|
|1955 Bowman||4||Dorne Dibble||Detroit Lions||end||Michigan State||PSA 8|
|1955 Bowman||24||Ray Wietecha||New York Giants||center||Northwestern, Michigan State||Wietecha played minor league baseball in 1953.|
|1955 Bowman||54||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State||Error card
Chandnois's last name is misspelled "Chadnois" on this card.
|PSA 8, PSA 7|
|1955 Bowman||77||Al Dorow||Washington Redskins||quarterback||Michigan State||Rookie card||exmt+|
|1956 Giants Team Issue||34||Ray Wietecha||New York Giants||center||Northwestern, Michigan State||nm|
|1956 Topps||7||Green Bay Packers Team||Green Bay Packers||This card pictures the 1955 Packers team. The team photo includes Deral Teteak, a member of the Packers Hall of Fame who never appeared on a card of his own.||PSA 7|
|1956 Topps||32||Dorne Dibble||Detroit Lions||end||Michigan State||PSA 7|
|1956 Topps||39||Lynn Chandnois||Pittsburgh Steelers||halfback||Michigan State|
|1956 Topps||48||Baltimore Colts Team||Baltimore Colts||This card pictures the 1955 Baltimore Colts team. Hall of Fame NFL coach Don Shula is in the front row. Leroy Vaughn, father of major league baseball's Mo Vaughn, is in the back row.|
|1956 Topps||61||Washington Redskins Team||Washington Redskins||Short print
This card pictures the 1955 Washington Redskins team. About 15 of the players never appeared on cards of their own.