An Updated Look for Sparty

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Putting the ‘Argh!’ in Argyle (which doesn’t really apply here but I couldn’t resist saying it)

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UNC debuted new uniforms last night for all 28 of its teams, with two overriding themes: argyle and Carolina blue.

Let’s start with the football team. The good news is that the argyle looks really good on most of the jersey, pant, and helmet applications:

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At Least There Is No Blood Shooting From The Eyes

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By Phil Hecken

Yesterday evening, the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs unveiled new uniforms. Let’s just cut straight to the chase: Yes — that is supposed to be sublimated “frog skin” on those uniforms. So far, we’re seeing in their monochromatic form (white, purple and gray), but at their spring game . . . → Read More: At Least There Is No Blood Shooting From The Eyes

Searching for the 'Golden Ticket'

By Phil Hecken

A couple weeks ago, I was approached by Luke DiVasta who pitched me an idea for a story that would look at, “A top five on most underrated jerseys in college football. We all know about Oregon and Arizona State, but plenty of schools have some very clean, sharp looking . . . → Read More: Searching for the ‘Golden Ticket’