Does Bob Seger Know About This?

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A Big Uni Day for College Football

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Several college football developments yesterday, beginning with this BFBS alternate uni that Nebraska will be wearing for its game against UCLA on Sept. 14. As you can see, the jersey has the same stretch marks that we saw yesterday in the new UCLA home jersey, so . . . → Read More: A Big Uni Day for College Football

Two More Reasons to Ditch the Black

The photo you see above, from the Nov. 17 Baylor/K-State game, ran in this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated. Only problem is, Baylor didn’t wear green jerseys for that game — they wore black. Indeed, the original photo SI used, by US Presswire shutterbug Matthew Emmons, shows Baylor wearing black. But SI for . . . → Read More: Two More Reasons to Ditch the Black

Fade to Black

[Editor's Note: Today is Black Friday (aka Idiots Day, Natural Selection Day, and Buy Your Own Weight in Electronics Day), so we have a guest entry from Trevor Williams on a particular chapter in black uniform history. — PL]

By Trevor Williams

Since the beginning, the color black has been part of the . . . → Read More: Fade to Black