Wisconsin Alumni Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1948 Bowman Don Kindt 1948 Bowman 23 Don Kindt Chicago Bears halfback, defensive back Wisconsin Rookie card

Kindt's son, Don Kindt Jr., played for the Chicago Bears in 1987.
1948 Bowman Pat Harder 1948 Bowman 29 Pat Harder Chicago Cardinals fullback, kicker Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1993 Rookie card
1948-52 Exhibit Pat Harder 1948-52 Exhibit 19 Pat Harder fullback, kicker Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1993
1948-52 Exhibit Elroy Hirsch 1948-52 Exhibit 20 Elroy Hirsch end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974
1948 Leaf Pat Harder 1948 Leaf 33 Pat Harder Chicago Cardinals fullback, kicker Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1993 Rookie card, error card

Last name misspelled "Harber."
1948 Leaf Clarence Self 1948 Leaf 78 Clarence Self halfback, defensive back Wisconsin Rookie card

Self played from 1949 to 1955 for the Chicago Cardinals, Detroit Lions, and Green Bay Packers.
1948 Leaf Jug Girard 1948 Leaf 84 Jug Girard Green Bay Packers halfback, end Wisconsin Rookie card
1949 Leaf Pat Harder 1949 Leaf 101 Pat Harder Chicago Cardinals fullback, kicker Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1993 Error card

Last name misspelled "Harber."
1950 Bowman Elroy Hirsch 1950 Bowman 52 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 Rookie card
1950 Bowman Pat Harder 1950 Bowman 93 Pat Harder Chicago Cardinals fullback, kicker Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1993
1950 Bread for Health Labels Pat Harder 1950 Bread for Health Labels 11 Pat Harder Chicago Cardinals fullback, kicker Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1993
1950 Topps Felt Backs Red Wilson 1950 Topps Felt Backs 97 Red Wilson center Wisconsin Wilson opted to play baseball after college, and he played ten seasons in the major leagues. You can see his 1958 Topps baseball card on the Gallery's Cards in Multiple Sports page.
1951 Bowman Jug Girard 1951 Bowman 17 Jug Girard Green Bay Packers halfback, end Wisconsin PSA 8
1951 Bowman Elroy Hirsch 1951 Bowman 76 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 Hirsch had 1495 receiving yards in 1951, breaking the single-season NFL record. BVG 6.5
1951 Topps Magic John Coatta 1951 Topps Magic 17 John Coatta quarterback Wisconsin
1952 Bowman Large Elroy Hirsch 1952 Bowman Large 37 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 Short print
1952 Bowman Large Jerome Smith 1952 Bowman Large 65 Jerome Smith San Francisco 49ers guard Wisconsin
1952 Bowman Large James Hammond 1952 Bowman Large 69 James Hammond Dallas Texans fullback, defensive back Wisconsin
1952 Bowman Large Pat O 1952 Bowman Large 117 Pat O'Donahue San Francisco 49ers end Wisconsin Short print, error card

O'Donahue's last name is misspelled "O'Donague."
1952 Bowman Small Elroy Hirsch 1952 Bowman Small 37 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974
1952 Bowman Small Jerome Smith 1952 Bowman Small 65 Jerome Smith San Francisco 49ers guard Wisconsin
1952 Bowman Small James Hammond 1952 Bowman Small 69 James Hammond Dallas Texans fullback, defensive back Wisconsin PSA 9
1952 Bowman Small 117 Pat O'Donahue San Francisco 49ers end Wisconsin Error card

O'Donahue's last name is misspelled "O'Donague."
1953 Bowman Elroy Hirsch 1953 Bowman 22 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 In 1953, Hirsch starred in Crazylegs, a movie about himself.
1953 Bowman Pat Harder 1953 Bowman 81 Pat Harder Detroit Lions fullback, kicker Wisconsin College Hall of Fame 1993