Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the latest example of the law of supply and demand, Nebraska-style.
An astute reader and poster at HuskerPedia.com noticed something interesting on a website that sells Husker football paraphenilia:
1) You can buy a football that was autographed by former head coach (fired in November) Bill Callahan for $19.99. The link is here.
2) OR...at the same website...you can buy the exact same football...WITHOUT an autograph...for $29.99. That link is here.
A football with a former coach's autograph is $10 less than a blank football. As the poster on HuskerPedia remarked, that's just "evidence that graffiti reduces property value."
Anybody have some whiteout? I suddenly have a money-making idea...