(*unless your name is Teebz)
That sweater’s a ting of beauty, eh? (Here’s the back, breezers and socks.) It belongs to one of the greatest teams ever to play hockey — the Preston Rivulettes. From 1931 until 1939, this professional team’s record was an estimated 350 wins, 3 ties, and 2 losses. So great . . . → Read More: The Greatest Team You Never Heard Of*
A 60 Minute Man went both ways.
Known to many as “The Greatest Football Player Who Ever Lived,” Bronislau “Bronko” Nagurski is perhaps most famous for playing for the Chicago Bears in the 1930’s (1930-37, and 1943). Born in Canada, he moved to International Falls, Minnesota, and gained fame on the gridiron while attending . . . → Read More: 60 Minute Man
Wanna know what devotion is? Devotion — in this case exemplified by longtime reader Doug Mooney — is attending your crummy team’s annual Thanksgiving loss, noting that several people in the stands are wearing “0-16” tees, taking the photo shown above, and e-mailing it to your friendly uniform columnist while the game is still . . . → Read More: One Man’s Crappy Team Is Another Man’s T-Shirt Sale
I’ll be busy cooking and eating today (not necessarily in that order), but I’ll leave the comments open for those who feel the need to point out that the Lions really suck. I’ll have a short entry tomorrow; until then, enjoy your holiday and remember that white meat’s for chumps. And give some extra-special . . . → Read More: ‘Stuffing’ vs. ‘Dressing’: Discuss