After viral photo, Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen’s high school sweatshirt now up for sale
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC)— Bills Mafia has done it again.
By way of yet another viral internet campaign, you can now buy a sweatshirt from Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s high school, the same hoodie worn by Allen prior to Buffalo’s 40-0 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday.
A picture of Allen repping the Firebaugh High School Eagles started trending on Twitter, with the school, located in California, saying fans would soon be able to buy a version of the hoodie.
The quarterback then plugged the shirt himself, telling fans to wait for the link.
That is an original firebaugh hoodie!! Gooooo Bills!! ???? https://t.co/3W5PUifyS6— Firebaugh Eagles (@FHSeaglesports) October 3, 2021
?? Please wait for this link ???? https://t.co/8NJTigELm1— Josh Allen (@JoshAllenQB) October 4, 2021
The school launched the link Wednesday, saying proceeds from the sale go to benefit the school itself.
Adding to the fun, Reedley College, a community college Allen first played football at, also sent out a plug. Whether the QB wears it before Sunday night’s game at the Kansas City Chiefs, has yet to be seen.
Hey @JoshAllenQB, can we get in on the fun? One of these is coming your way! #GoTigers #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/B2mVJxRqcl— Reedley College (@reedleycollege) October 5, 2021
Speaking of the game, it can be seen on News10NBC Sunday at 8:20 p.m.