WFL Contest Entries Part I - Let the Voting Begin

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WFL Contest Entries - The Progressions

By Phil Hecken, with Aaron Johnson

You’ll recall about a month ago, Aaron Johnson and I took a look back at the World Football League (which would have turned 40 this year), and later announced a uniform contest to imagine what a WFL team (or teams) would look today like if the league . . . → Read More: WFL Contest Entries – The Progressions

Eighth Wonder

Paul here, making a cameo appearance before handing off the weekend baton to Phil. Just want to take a moment to point out that the first entry on this site was posted eight years ago today — May 17, 2006. So happy eighth birthday to the Uni Watch Blog, and my thanks to . . . → Read More: Eighth Wonder

Cry Me A River

By Phil Hecken

Today we’ll be taking a look at the eleventh set of uniform submissions for . . . → Read More: Cry Me A River