Tip-Off Time for College Hoops Is Almost Here

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Razorbacks Unveil New Unis — And This Time, Less Is More

[Editor’s Note: Greetings once more from Bristol. I was busy dealing with ESPN business yesterday (and will be doing more of the same today), so Phil handled today’s main entry. Huge thanks to him for covering the day’s major piece of uni news. — Paul]

By Phil Hecken

Yesterday evening, the Arkansas Razorbacks . . . → Read More: Razorbacks Unveil New Unis — And This Time, Less Is More

A Big Day for the Orange and Blue

“Custom numbers appear taller and more narrow, mimicking the height of New York City’s skyline. The numbers also feature a unique 44-degree linear ‘V’ pattern. This pattern is mirrored on the uniform pant lines and shoulder panels for unified positioning of the Orange as New York’s College Team.”

That’s the explanation, courtesy of . . . → Read More: A Big Day for Orange and Blue

To Tuck or Not to Tuck: That Is the Question

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Last week I mentioned the excellent new “30 for 30″ documentary, Untucked, which is about Marquette’s untucked jerseys back in the late 1970s. As a companion piece to the film, I’ve examined the history of uniform tucking and untucking (the latter of which is nicely exemplified . . . → Read More: To Tuck or Not to Tuck: That Is the Question