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How much is a Georgia Tech 1990 National Championship unopened Coke bottle worth?

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As of 2014, unopened Coca-Cola bottles commemorating Georgia Tech's 1990 National Championship are selling for between $10 and $23 on various retail and auction sites. The 10-ounce glass bottles feature the lettering "1990 National Football Champions" with the Georgia Tech helmet and Yellowjacket logos.

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Led by head coach Bobby Ross, the Yellowjackets finished the season with an 11-0-1 record. Their only near-blemish was a 13-13 tie at North Carolina. Anchored by a strong defense, the Yellowjackets held five opponents to single-digit point totals. After taking the Atlantic Coast Conference crown, the team secured the title with a 45-21 Citrus Bowl victory over 19th-ranked Nebraska.

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