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Uni Watch News Ticker for September 24, 2022

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In today’s ticker, we’ve got the debut of the Bengals’ white helmets, an anniversary patch in the NHL, and a subtle uni protest.



  • Papa Emeritus IV, the stage name of Tobias Forge, lead singer of Swedish metal band Ghost, threw out the first pitch at a White Sox game in full Sox uniform, complete with stirrups, and his trademark facepaint. (From Michael Pisano Jr. and Benjamin Grix)
  • I’m loath to praise Apple TV’s MLB broadcast, but they did use era-accurate Yankees logos in this graphic. (From Dave Lewanda)


  • The Bengals practiced in their white helmets yesterday.
  • ESPN has an article on the history of Brownie the Elf. (From John Flory and Kary Klismet)
  • Lions HC Dan Campbell says the team will wear grey pants this weekend after winning while wearing grey pants last weekend. (From Mike Chamernik)
  • New unis for the Patriots’ cheerleaders. (From Kary Klismet)
  • The NFL has forced DirecTV to change the uniform Dak Prescott is wearing in his ad, changing it from navy blue to purple. (From Rand Martin)


  • When Tennessee played at Pitt recently, the Panthers had a rack with several different colored caps on the sideline. (From David C. Murphy)
  • Here’s a video retrospective of the throwback uniforms Colorado State has worn for its annual “Ag Day” over the years. (From Kary Klismet)


  • Capitals RW TJ Oshie appears to have the black parts of his collar removed. Here’s Alex Ovechkin for comparison. (From Brandon Weir)
  • Sticking with the Capitals, it appears their mascot Slapshot will not have an ad patch. (From @RivalsMD)
  • The Hurricanes have revealed their 25th anniversary patch, on the sweater’s right shoulder. (From Wade Heidt and William I. Wells)


  • New unis for the SJHL’s La Ronge Ice Wolves. The team has added purple to its uniforms. (From Wade Heidt)


  • Canada’s iconic 1972 sweaters were designed in under 24 hours. (From Will Scheibler)


  • Australia: New kits for Perth Glory. (From Kary Klismet)
  • Egypt: New away kits for Zamalek. (From Kary Klismet)
  • Greece: Second-tier side Kallithea FC have some gorgeous new shirts. (From Ed Zelaski)
  • Canadian ST Jonathan David covered the Nike logo on his shirt after he scored against Qatar in a friendly yesterday. Nike is not making new kits for the Canadian team ahead of their first World Cup appearance in 36 years. David even double-checked to make sure he would cover the Nike logo and not the Canadian crest.
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  • Florida Gulf Coast University has unveiled a new school logo that incorporates its athletics mascot. (From Kary Klismet)
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Comments (11)

    “ I’m loath to praise Apple TV’s MLB broadcast,…”

    I wish I had a dollar for everyone that bitched about AppleTV having baseball games this week. Get over it! It was a free broadcast!

    Sports broadcasting is so fragmented right now. I pay for Peacock and another streaming service to get USA network to watch Premier League but I gladly do it because I want to watch the games. It’s a minor inconvenience at best.

    The new eagle likeness/font has been prominent on most FGCU sportswear since my kid enrolled there in 2016. The old one visible only on campus signage and website. Not at all surprising, but agree that it falls short of the mark. The schools strong points are sports management, basketball, business, and engineering. Probably needs to elevate their graphic design program.

    Love it when disparate favorites of mine cross – in this case Ghost and baseball. Love seeing Papa in the full, and correct, uniform.

    Apparently he’s a big baseball fan? Who knew?! And I love that he wore a jersey with SNoB (stage name on back).

    Correction – Lions HC Dan Campbell says the TEAM’S COACHES will wear grey pants this weekend after winning while wearing grey pants last weekend.

    Watching the Leafs/ Sens game now. The Leafs are wearing the milk logo as shown a few days ago, not the full circle logo thank goodness. I hate ads on jerseys but this milk logo is not to bad IMO.

    The multiple colored caps at Pitt vs Tennessee: Teams often have multiple players in different colored hats make signals on the sideline to confuse defenses and distract them from the actual signal caller.

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