Uni Watch DIY Project: A Helmet Headphone Stand

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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

What's Round on Both Ends and High in the Middle?

Got a note yesterday from reader Kevin Mueller, as follows:

My father played football at Ohio University 1964-1967, and was a grad assistant for a couple years after. While going through some of his scrapbooks we came across the attached clipping. Not sure of the year, but based on the helmet logo it . . . → Read More: What’s Round on Both Ends and High in the Middle?

Malware? No — Mal-wear!

My annual college football season-preview column for ESPN, this year’s edition of which will run today, is always my biggest column of the year. It’s also the most frantic and stressful one to produce, because there’s usually so much late-breaking news right up to the moment the piece is published.

This year, for . . . → Read More: Malware? No — Mal-wear!