The Larry Bodnovich Files, Vol. 4

Been nearly seven months since we featured some material from screen-grab kingpin Larry Bodnovich (if you missed the previous entries devoted to his work, look here, here, and here. Today we’re going to look at some shots he culled from a DVD with two 1939 college football games: Notre Dame at Iowa and . . . → Read More: The Larry Bodnovich Files, Vol. 4

At Least There Were No Truncated Shoulder Stripes

Back in mid-January I wrote an ESPN column about Todd Asselin, the KC Chiefs fan whose prototype helmet concept was shown on a national game broadcast. As I wrote in that column, “Fans send unsolicited uniform and logo designs to teams all the time, but it’s unheard of for one of those submissions to . . . → Read More: At Least There Were No Truncated Shoulder Stripes

There’s No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 6

Another week, another round of awesome wire service photos. My continued thanks to the readers who’ve contributed to this series, especially Larry Wiederecht, Paul Wiederecht, Mike Hersh, and Michael Martin.

• This photo of Willie Horton is dated July 7, 1970. Note that the catcher appears to be wearing a brimless helmet — I . . . → Read More: There’s No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 6

Design-An-NFL-Uni – Part I

By Phil Hecken

Several weeks ago, in conjunction with Alain Nana-Sinkam, Prexy of Classic Old School Gear, I hosted another “Design a Uniform” contest, this one to Design An NFL Jersey, with the winner receiving a custom-made jersey from Classic Old School Gear. More entries than ever poured in, 69 of them in total, and . . . → Read More: Design-An-NFL-Uni – Part I