I did hit one 1:72 auto, though I there are many names on the list I would have preferred.
Christian Ponder, Florida State - Ponder isn't the best name out there, and the timing isn't much better.
Fortunately, I hit a buyback auto. There aren't any odds for the buybacks.
There isn't any kind of stamp or mark on the Gary "Ghost" Garrison auto to show it's a buyback. It came in a penny sleeve along with the buyback certificate. It's still pretty cool though.
The last two autos were from the insert sets. The first came from the Inscriptions set:
It's not a bad looking card, but Yary signs a fair amoung. At least his signature is legible. It's numbered 05/99. The better players in the set are tough pulls, usually numbered /5 or /25.
The last auto was in the very last pack I opened. That's pretty appropriate since it's the same guy as the auto I got in the very first pack I opened.
The best thing about it, though, is that it is a spectacularly gorgeous card:
All in all, I'm pretty happy with my purchase. I got a good price and did reasonably well. All of the autos are up for trade, as well as 3 complete 100-card base sets, and some extra base cards. Whatever I don't trade will probably go up on eBay to recoup some of what I spent.
If you decide to buy 2011 UD College Football Legends, you should note that there are some redemptions (Adrian Peterson, Julio Jones, Drew Brees among them, I think). They expire May 1, 2014.