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Uni Watch News Ticker for Oct. 5, 2022

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In today’s Ticker: A bare-legged NFL player, a first-ever security uniform release for the World Cup, and an interesting NOB at last night’s record-breaking game for the Yankees’ Aaron Judge.



  • Someone at last night’s Yankees/Rangers game wore an Elton John NOB jersey. John has had several jerseys based on actual MLB jerseys made for his farewell tour.
  • At that same game: NFL’s Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup, QB Dak Prescott, and LB Micah Parsons wore Rangers jackets. (From @ThatRodneyGuy)


  • Orange/white/black for the Bengals this Sunday. (From our own Phil Hecken)
  • Something we missed from Sunday: Steelers DB Cam Sutton played the first half of the game against the Jets with a college-style lower-leg look — crew socks and bare legs. He had full-length socks for the second half. (From Bill Schaefer)
  • Cross-listed from the baseball section: Cowboys WR Michael Gallup, QB Dak Prescott, and LB Micah Parsons wore Texas Rangers jackets at last night’s New York Yankees-Texas Rangers game. (From @ThatRodneyGuy)


  • In celebration of Ohio Stadium’s 100-year history, here’s a photo gallery of the facility through the years. (From Kary Klismet)
  • UAB players will scrap their usual NOBs this Saturday and instead wear the names of seriously ill children. (From Phil)



  • Very nice design for WHL Vancouver Giants G Jesper Vikman’s new pads. (From Wade Heidt)


  • The Knicks have hired a consulting firm to help them find a new uni advertiser. (From our own Phil Hecken)
  • New graphics package for ESPN. The colors on the scorebug now match uniform colors, and the scorebug is much smaller.


  • New unis for UMass men’s. (From @taco_enthusiast)
  • New unis for Southern Indiana men’s, which is moving to D1 this season. (From Ryan Bowman)
  • Following up on yesterday’s ticker item: Here’s a live look at Virginia Tech men’s new unis. (From Andrew Cosentino)


  • Qatar has released the uniforms that security personnel will wear at the World Cup. (From multiple readers)
  • Italy: New 115th-anniversary shirt for Atalanta. (From Kary Klismet)
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Comments (14)

    I stand ready to negotiate the deal on Paul’s behalf to become the Knicks new uni advertiser advisor. His advice would be delivered quickly and concisely. He would probably charge less than the other consultants in consideration.

    Technically, that’s open captioning (not closed captioning) in the Sabres’ arena, since it’s visible to everyone.

    So am I the only one who thinks those Rangers jackets were really messed up looking? Hope that doesn’t become a thing other teams do because it blows my mind that someone did that on purpose…

    It was a collaboration project between the Rangers and a local Dallas clothing designer By Way of Dallas. Fans going to the Rangers game on 9/21 had the opportunity to purchase merch items like hats, hoodies, and that jacket. Link for more info:

    I have to say, whoever outfits the Bengals does a pretty great job. They almost always wear contrasting socks and even when they wear the same jersey and pant color they never go mono. Very refreshing in today’s NFL, especially for a team with a new Nike refresh.

    The Bengals seem to do the best they can with what they have – wished they’d not gotten the striping on the white pants so wrong.
    I’m a big fan of the helmet, so I’m not thrilled with the Siegfried & Roy/zebra color rush…I consider the black/black/orange combo their best look (and their mono-black isn’t all that bad either).

    Is the NBA Scorebug going to be of a teams usual colors? Or will the scorebug match all of the City, Statement, Earned, or whatever other colors the team may be wearing in that particular game?

    I saw an article on it that mentioned that the colors (particularly the “swatch,” the background color) will match what’s being worn on the court. I think the example given was if Golden State was wearing their blue uniform, that the swatch would be blue.


    I’m definitely *not* a scorebug guy (other than I want to be able to quickly discern the important stuff), but having the actual team swatch match what the team is wearing is an absolute MUST. I still don’t understand why it’s seemingly impossible for the graphics guys to make a “white” swatch for a team actually wearing white. Doesn’t seem too difficult, but apparently there are reasons.

    So this seems like an improvement. I just hope they can do something similar for the other sports.

    Absolutely. I’ve always heard that they can’t do white, but I’ve never heard why. Seems pretty simple to me…

    Overall, this change is a welcome one as I’ve been screaming it into the void for years. It had gotten especially bad in the NBA where some teams rarely wear their normal colors for a majority of a season.

    As much as it pains me to say it, it *SHOULD* match whatever the team is wearing that night. If I see a team in pink and “WSH” is in red, white and blue, it doesn’t tell me what team is in pink. If you match colors to nickname or city abbreviation, the connection is easier to make.
    That said, let’s get back to team colors, decide either team color at home or white at home, and move on…

    On the LA28 design, the “2” and “8” are clearly different fonts. The 2 is angular, the 8 is rounded. Was that intentional? Looks hideous! If that is supposed to represent the diversity of LA like the changing “A”, it comes off looking more like a ransom note.

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