Cards: Ultimate WLAF 1991, Wild Card WLAF 1992.
Acquired: TTM 2010, C/o home
Sent: 6/11 Received: 6/18 (7 days)
Mike Norseth played for Kansas during the mid-eighties and could flat out throw the rock, being named the MVP of the 1986 Blue Gray game. Unfortunately being drafted by the Browns in the 7th round after Bernie Kosar took the reins, meant Norseth would ride the bench. He signed with the Bengals and played in one game, rushing for 5 yards but never moved into the starting role in stops in additional cities in Houston or Green Bay.
In 1992, Mike was drafted by the Birmingham Fire and was named starter after the departure of Brent Pease to the Knights. Mike saw starting action in 10 contests but rarely had time to settle and was forced to scramble regularly. Regardless he would still lead the Birmingham fire to their best record at 7-2-1 and the team into the playoffs for its second season.
Currently Mike resides in Sandy, Utah does announcing for KU games. He also sits on the board of directors for the Boomer Esiason Foundation. I got Norseth’s autograph on his cards after locating his home address, in a short 7 days.
Games 10 Att 259 Comp 144 Pct 55.5 Yds 1634 Td 4 Int 12 Rat 60.5