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Posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 3:18 pm

OYO Sportstoys announces the launch of building block mini figures (LEGO compatible) wearing the full uniform of the Arizona State Sun Devils.

In addition to team uniforms, the mini figures have rotating forearms and bending knees to allow them to run, sit, squat, and grip and throw a football.

College football OYOs have one extended forearm and one bent forearm to allow for a variety of position-specific poses. Each figure is about 1-inch tall and comes with a football, a helmet with removable face mask, water bottle and a rectangular stand, all in a special package that can be used to display your collection.

Each OYO Mini figure, which is compatible with popular toy building blocks, has its own unique identification code, called a DNA number, which identifies when it was produced and sets it apart from other figures in each new product release.

In addition to ASU, other available schools include Ohio State, LSU, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Georgia, Clemson, Nebraska, Michigan State, and more. Other top schools are continually being added.

OYO Sportstoys retail for an average price of $12.99 each and are available for purchase at major retail outlets, stadiums and online at www.oyosportstoys.com.

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