G.I. Joevember Takes a Detour to the Poppy Fields

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Do Not Cross: Arkansas State Memorial to Be Modified

If you read the Ticker closely and have a good memory, you may recall that about two weeks ago Arkansas State added a new memorial helmet decal for player Markel Owens and equipment manager Barry Weyer, both of whom recently died. At the time, I wrote, “I wonder if there are any non-Christians . . . → Read More: Do Not Cross: Arkansas State Memorial to Be Modified

Uni Watch DIY Project: A Helmet Headphone Stand

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation. Today we have a guest entry from Douglas Ford, who’s come up with an interesting DIY project. Enjoy.]

By Douglas Ford

Several weeks ago I decided I needed a place to hang my headphones when I’m in the office.  A miniature football helmet seemed like the just right . . . → Read More: Uni Watch DIY Project: A Helmet Headphone Stand

A Teeny-Tiny Detail We All Missed

Before we get started: I have an ESPN column today on the Cubs’ new throwbacks — enjoy.

Now then: The Patriots’ season ended on Sunday, but reader Jack Phuapradit has noticed an intriguing uni adjustment they made for the playoffs: They changed their helmet number font.

To explain: The Pats have traditionally used small . . . → Read More: A Teeny-Tiny Detail We All Missed