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Michigan Unveils New Hoops Unis

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Uni(tard) Watch: Pirate Edition

Last week I wrote about how Iowa’s basketball team had worn unitards (well, at least in practice, although not in a game) back around 1989 or ’90. Today we can add another school to the unitard list: Seton Hall. But as you’ll see, their unitard was different than the ones worn by N.C. State, Oklahoma State, and Iowa.

Credit for this one goes to reader Jon Volpe, who began by sending me this photo of former Seton Hall player Anthony Avent: (Continue reading)

Uni(tard) Watch: Hawkeye Edition

When I recently wrote about Oklahoma State basketball’s 1989 unitards, I mentioned that reader Dave R. had said he remembered seeing Iowa wear unitards, but that I had checked with Iowa and they said, “No, we never wore anything like that.”

That might have been the end of that. Fortunately, two Uni Watch readers have come to the rescue. Let’s start with this: (Continue reading)

VT Hokies Do The Corporate Rebrand Thing, Get New(ish) Unis

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By Phil Hecken

After teasing it Friday evening (there were a couple of items in yesterday’s ticker), the Virginia Tech Hokies released a sports rebranding tweaking yesterday, across all sports. As it has begun doing with other schools, it was all part of a department-wide “branding initiative” by Nike. The school revealed new uniforms for a number of sports, including football, men’s and women’s hoops, baseball, softball, lacrosse, and volleyball. So, in the fall of this year, all 22 athletic programs will begin phasing in new uniforms that will feature consistent logos, colors, lettering and numerals. (Continue reading)