Whether you're a die-hard Spartan fan or just the casual incoming freshman who loves the school there's a good chance you don't have a memorabilia item quite like what the MSU surplus Store is selling today.

When the doors open at 7:30 this morning, part of Michigan State's practice floor will be on sale to the general public. The best part? It's $20 a piece.

Section sizes vary and are not uniform (some may also be worn or chipped with rough edges) but most reports say they are around four feet by four feet in size and weigh between 80 and 100 pounds. The Surplus Store advises customers wanting to purchase multiple pieces will probably not be able to fit them both into one regular car.

There's a 10 floor pieces per customer limit. According to MLive, around 600 sections of floor (both painted and unpainted) are being made available starting today.

Employees are unsure of how quickly the floor will sell but due to the unique nature and affordable price, it might be best to get down there sooner rather than later.