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To Tuck or Not to Tuck?

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Reader Charles Noerenberg . . . → Read More: To Tuck or Not to Tuck?

Does Nike’s New Running Shoe Create an Unfair Advantage?

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First and foremost, please join me in thanking Alex, Mike, and Phil for keeping the Uni Watch world spinning while I was away on vacation. They did a great job, and I’m lucky — check that, we’re all lucky — to have such a great team on board here. Thanks, . . . → Read More: Does Nike’s New Running Shoe Create an Unfair Advantage?

NFL Gets Ready for Week 13 Custom Footwear

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NFL players are allowed to wear custom-designed cleats promoting charitable causes this Sunday, and the designs are starting to flood social media. The one shown above will be worn by Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, who’s supporting animal shelters in general and the SPCA of Texas . . . → Read More: NFL Gets Ready for Week 13 Custom Footwear

An MLB Footwear Controversy from 1967

Jerry Wolper, our resident newspaper historian, recently turned up another uni-related story from journalism’s digital archives. This one dates back to 1967 and involves Maury Wills, who at the time was playing for the Pirates. He was no longer MLB’s preeminent base stealer (that status had passed to Lou Brock), but he was . . . → Read More: An MLB Footwear Controversy from 1967