By Phil Hecken, with Clint Richardson
Today is Hallowe’en, and one of the cooler things about the holiday is the ability of colleges, if they so choose (and possess the uniforms), to engage in a little “color vs. color” — specifically black vs. orange — to celebrate the day. At least one set of . . . → Read More: Dressing Up For Hallowe’en
We’ve been wondering when we’d finally see color-on-color for the NFL’s Thursday-night games. Turns out it’s coming soon — but not in the way we expected.
It was announced last night that four upcoming Thursday games will be color-on-color. But the teams won’t be wearing their regular colored jerseys — instead they’ll be wearing . . . → Read More: NFL Prepares for Thursday-Night â€˜Color Rushâ€™ Games
Potentially big news out of the NBA last night, as The Wall Street Journal broke the story that the league will wear KIA advertising patches on its All-Star Game jerseys this season and next season.
According to the Journal, the patches will be 3.25″ by 1.6″, and will be positioned on the upper-left chest . . . → Read More: Uniform Advertising Coming to NBA All-Star Game
Craig Calcaterra of NBC’s Hardball Talk provided a a preview of last night’s World Series opening ceremonies and had some interesting analysis regarding the degree of “patriotic” and military-themed displays:
[L]ast year was way more over the top. Last year the Commissioner’s visit by Bud Selig was of a local veteran’s group, accompanied by . . . → Read More: Could the Ratchet Be Turning the Other Way?