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
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
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
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