4. Division 1-A Paul Bunyan's Axe

Ok so this isn't pro, but it’s cool enough—Minnesota versus Wisconsin in the ultimate chopdown! The Axe of Paul Bunyan was created by Wisconsin's athletic "W" Club in 1948 as a way for the two schools to keep track of college football’s oldest rivalry. The scores of each game are emblazoned on the six foot long handle. The Axe represents both colleges’ pioneering routes, while embracing the legend of the giant mythological lumberjack. If the team who currently possesses the Axe wins the game, they get to parade it around the stadium. If the other team wins, they get to rush the opponent's sideline and "steal" the Axe back. Tight.