In today’s Ticker, we’ve got one of college football’s most famous identities perhaps changing, but not in the way you may think, and more!
- Can’t quite figure out who it is, but someone in the Cubs bullpen was wearing everyone’s cap at once. Guess he got bored. (From J. Colbert)
- A pair of Red Sox players wore NFL jerseys during post-game interviews on Thursday night. 3B Rafael Devers wore an Ezekiel Elliott Patriots jersey and OF Alex Verdugo wore a Todd Gurley Rams jersey.
- Last night, Kike Hernandez’ Clemente patch became stuck on his helmet after big swing vs. Mariners. (From Rick Wessley)
- Here’s one writer’s list of the all-time best and worst looks for each NFL team. (From Kary Klismet)
- The Cowboys have revealed their uniform schedule for this season. (Thanks, Phil)
- The Rams are going white at home this weekend, meaning the Niners will wear their home red in a matchup that’s already known for Niners fans overwhelming Rams fans at the stadium. (From Carlos Montalvan)
- Here are this weekend’s uni combos for Ole Miss, Michigan State, New Mexico, Mizzou and ASU.
- Maryland wore helmet decals in honor of the three Virginia players slain last year for last night’s game against the Cavaliers. (Thanks, Phil)
- Here’s one writer’s ranking of every SEC uniform. (Thanks, Phil)
- Alabama guard Jahvon Quinerly has revealed what the team’s 2023 SEC championship rings look like. (From Kary Klismet)
- A special task force at the University of California – Berkeley has recommended “Cal Berkeley” (as opposed to simply “Cal”) as the school’s athletics brand name. (From Kary Klismet)
- You ever wonder what the deal was with Stanford’s unofficial tree mascot? Here’s an explainer. (From Kary Klismet)
- American Airlines have unveiled a pair of fauxback liveries on Airbus A321s. The liveries are inspired by the liveries used by Piedmont Airlines, a regional airline that merged into USAir in 1989. US Airways went on to merge into American in 2013. (From Chris Bisbee)
- Here’s a really great piece on fictional brands in movies and TV. Highly recommended. (From John Flory)