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Uni Watch News Ticker for Dec. 1, 2022

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Our daily roundup of news items from across the uni-verse.




  • The Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers are apparently planning to unveil a new cap tomorrow. (From David Wishinsky)


  • The Pats will wear their red Pat Patriot throwbacks for tonight’s game against the Bills.
  • The Bengals will wear their orange alternates this week.
  • Here’s the Rams’ record by uni combo since their 2020 redesign.
  • As you may know, the Panthers’ original prototype uniforms included black pants. Although they didn’t end up adding black pants to their on-field wardrobe until 2012, the prototype design resulted in some black-pantsed action figures that appeared during the team’s first year or two of operation. (From Jonathan Hartfield and Gabe Cornwall)




  • If you want to see the full RR uniforms — not just the jerseys — a bunch of them are shown in this article. (Thanks, Phil)
  • Caps broadcaster Craig Laughlin has been partnering with regional breweries on beers. Here’s the latest one, featuring a Caps-themed can design. (From William Yurasko)
  • R&B singer SZA, who’s from St. Louis, appears to be wearing a Blues jersey on the cover of her upcoming album. (From Andrew Hermeling)





  • Gonzaga plans to retire the numbers of three former players this season — Dan Dickau, Kelly Olynyk, and Courtney Vandersloot.




Auto Racing
  • “Since Formula E has a new car design for next season, several teams are taking the opportunity to update their liveries, starting with Jaguar and Nissan,” says our own Jamie Rathjen. “Also, McLaren’s new team revealed its first livery.”
  • Also from Jamie: New Formula One driver Logan Sargeant picked No. 2 as his number.
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Comments (5)

    One correction – while Derry City are based in Northern Ireland, they play in the Republic of Ireland league :)

    I don’t think the SZA jersey is backwards, the “number” is SOS which is the name of the album. It kinda looks like a backwards “50” on her arm.

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