Barring a surprise, the uniforms shown above are the ones we’ll be seeing in Super Bowl LI two weeks from now. The NFC is the designated home team this time around, and there’s no reason to think the Falcons won’t choose to wear red, which means the Patriots will wear white.
It’s not the . . . → Read More: Hereâ€™s Your Super Bowl LI Uniform Pairing
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By Phil Hecken
Uni Watch readers will (hopefully) recall that back during Paul’s August sabbatical, when I took over the weekday posts for the month, I kicked off my run by announcing a hockey design contest for the Grand Rapids Griffins (a professional hockey team in the American Hockey League, whose primary . . . → Read More: A Uni Watch Reader Design Hits The Ice
By Phil Hecken
Yesterday morning the Toronto BLUE Jays (named for the bird of the same color) introduced a new alternate jersey, to be worn on home Sundays, as well as a new alternate cap. As you can see from today’s splash, the jersey (and cap) are red. Let’s take a look at some . . . → Read More: Hooray for the Red & White Blue Jays
By now we know the routine: Each January there’s a new class of Baseball Hall of Fame inductees. And that means each January, like clockwork, we have to see the new inductees wearing those miserable Hall of Fame jerseys. That was the case yesterday in Manhattan, where Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, and Ivan Rodriguez . . . → Read More: Letâ€™s Redesign the Baseball Hall of Fameâ€™s Jersey Already