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Sunday Morning Uni Watch

By Phil Hecken Before we get into yesterday’s college action, I want to draw your attention to a fantastic lede written for yesterday’s UW by Tim Brulia on the Pittsburgh …

Sunday Morning Uni Watch

by Phil Hecken Week seven of the NCAA College Football season is now in the books, and while there was some chicanery, some hijinx, some machinations in the uniform department, …

From Ricko’s Files — Ideas for a DIY T-Shirt

By Phil Hecken As early fall turns to later fall, and the chill in the air begins to envelop the nation, we once again turn our sights to the national …

The Difference Was Like Night & Day

By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson and Jim Vilk Two throwback games. Two cities. And the differences couldn’t have been greater if they were played in different decades. You’re all …

Let’s Go Bowling…

By Phil Hecken (Hoping to get a UW College Bowl Pool set up, possibly by tomorrow. Stay tuned for more information.) We have three Bowls kicking off today. I had …

Army and Navy…Through The Years

By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson, Larry Bodnovich & Jim Vilk College football has screwed with traditional rivalries, screwed with the Conferences, screwed with the bowls, screwed with the scheduling…screwed …

50 Years Ago…This Week

By Phil Hecken You may have noticed, if you read the comments section, that I was noticeably absent this past week — that’s not because I don’t love Uni Watch …

Beating A Dead Bronco (of a different color?)

By Phil Hecken One of the more persistent “Uni Watch Mysteries” over the past three or so years has been the ongoing debate on the color of the helmet decal …

The Birth of “Benchies”

By Phil Hecken Anyone who follows the Weekend Edition of Uni Watch knows of “Benchies,” the on-again, off-again adventures of Mick and Mike — the two lovable denizens of Bub’s …

New Year’s Day … Now and Then

By Phil Hecken, with fond recollections by Rick Pearson Welcome to 2011 everyone. Let’s hope it’s a great year for all. New Year’s Day is traditionally one of the greatest …