— Jeff Heuerman (@JHeuerman86) August 30, 2014
By John Ekdahl
Last week, Braxton Miller underwent season-ending surgery to repair a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder.
Braxton Miller won’t take the field for Ohio State this season. However, it appears that his No. 5 jersey will.
Ohio State senior tight end Jeff Heuerman put a photo on his Twitter account before the game today of a No. 5 jersey with Heuerman on it. Heuerman normally wears No. 86, but for this opener against Navy, he’ll pay tribute to his fellow captain Miller.
His surgery was successful. Here he is posing with Dr. James Andrews afterwards.
Troy State will be wearing a helmet sticker honoring Jadarius Garner.
— Phil Hecken (@PhilHecken) August 30, 2014
The Diamondbacks broke out their purple-and-teal 90s-era unis last night. More photos available here.
It was “alumni night“.
The Royals and indians both wore throwbacks last night. From the Royals’ press release:
The Kansas City Royals will host Retro Night at Kauffman Stadium on Saturday, August 30 when the club takes on the Cleveland Indians and celebrates the year 1974. First pitch is set for 6:10 p.m.
As part of the festivities, both the Royals and Indians will wear throwback uniforms from the 1974 season. Please see the attached image of Alex Gordon and Eric Hosmer of the Royals and Mike Aviles of the Indians modeling the retro jerseys.
SDSU will be wearing a memorial sticker honoring Tony Gwynn this season.
— SDSU Equipment Room (@SDSU_EQ) August 30, 2014
Keep an eye on this today, Hurricanes fans. Announcement should come at 4PM.
— Hurricanes Football (@CanesFootball) August 30, 2014