The Notre Dame basketball team is going to auction off game-worn jerseys, tickets to upcoming games and other items to help raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in New Jersey.

Head coach Mike Brey of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish mens basketball team (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

The school says the online auction will be held through Jan. 17 at . Among the items being auctioned are black uniforms worn by Irish starters during Notre Dame's 64-50 win over Kentucky on Nov. 29; the game ball from the win over Kentucky; four courtside seats to the game against Georgetown on Jan. 21; and part of the net and rim used during the second half of Notre Dame's upset of top-ranked Syracuse last year.

Proceeds will be presented to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Christie is a longtime friend of Irish coach Mike Brey. Christie will attend the Notre Dame-Rutgers game in South Bend on Saturday, January 19 where he will be presented with a check for the proceeds according to the team website.

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