Saturday Morning Uni Watch

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An Excellent Start to the New Year

If there’s one thing Gary Bettman has gotten right during his tenure as NHL commish, it’s the Winter Classic. Over 100,000 people packed the Big House yesterday the latest installment of the annual New Year’s Day event — pretty amazing.

The color-on-color game featured most of the elements we’ve come to expect, including . . . → Read More: An Excellent Start to the New Year

The Cover-Up Is Always Worse Than the Crime

This is interesting: Rice offensive lineman Ian Gray normally wears No. 72, but they sometimes like to bring him as a tight end. In the NFL, he would simply report to the officials and they would announce, “No. 72 is eligible on this play.” But apparently college rules don’t allow for . . . → Read More: The Cover-Up Is Always Worse Than the Crime

Ring Out the Old, Ring In the New

So what’dja think of the new Oregon uniforms in last night’s Petroleum Bowl? Naturally, I liked the green socks, but I thought the silver feathers across the shoulders were a bit too busy. In any case, get used to this design template, because it’s what they’ll be wearing for the next few seasons. . . . → Read More: Ring Out the Old, Ring In the New