Some trinkets to add to the collection. Nothing of great uniqueness, but some historical value here.
First is a hat signed by many members of the 2005 - 2006 MBB team. You'll recall this as the team that GMac carried on his back through the Big East Tournament only to lose to Texas A&M in the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament. Signatures of note include McNamara, Arinze Onuaku, Eric Devendorf, Terrence Roberts, Darryl "Mookie" Watkins, Demetris Nichols, and Matt Gorman.
Next is the program and a pin from the 1988 Sugar Bowl. This is significant not only as a reminder of the good old days when the football team was good enough to make it to major bowl games, but also a a constant reminder of the evil that is Pat Dye. Have a similar pin from the Hall of Fame Bowl that they made it to in 1989, but that doesn't have the same historical cache as the 1988 game.
Also have the dancing, singing Otto Doll, but that's not quite as interesting as these other items.
UPDATE: Found some more interesting. Once upon a time after each game they would have a schmooze-fest at the Hotel Syracuse for the big-money donors (of which my father-in-law was one). Jimmy B and some players would show up and little kids would pester them for autographs (which in retrospect must have been highly amusing to 18 - 21 year old college students). In my 1985 - 1986 yearbook, I've found the autographs of one Greg Monroe, Wendell Alexis, and Derek Brower
Last but not least, speaking of the aforementioned Sugar Bowl, the team happened to be staying in the same hotel as my wife's family. Ladies and gentlemen I give you stalker-cam documentation of Mr. Don McPhearson in full late-80's regalia
Okay, done now, I think unless you want to see the home-made Joel Katz t-shirt my wife made in 1987...