Nearly seven months ago, when the pandemic shutdown was still in its early phases, I wondered aloud if the pandemic might make the sports world and the uni-verse re-evaluate which types of heroes are honored on uniforms. And then a few weeks ago, in my treatise on virtue signaling, I noted that the pandemic . . . → Read More: Crimson, Camo, and Pass the Ammo
Don’t look now, but the Big Ten football season, which was originally postponed back in August due to the pandemic (a decision that was later reversed), is about to get under way. The first game is tonight, as Wisconsin hosts Illinois, with all the other B1G teams playing tomorrow.
Some late-breaking college football uni news yesterday, as Iowa State announced that the Cyclones will wear a striped jersey patch for former player Jack Trice. It’s the patch above the Nike logo in the mock-up shown above. And even amidst the jumble of other patches on that jersey, it looks really, really sharp.