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Did Tom Brady Try to Stick It to the NFL by Removing the NFL Logo from His Helmet?

Paul here, giving Phil a well-earned weekend break. Yesterday I said the site would be closed for the weekend, but then an interesting story began circulating late in the day yesterday, and I’ve decided to address it here today.

So: While the rest of the world was needlessly obsessing about whether Colin Kaepernick would remove the American flag decal from his helmet, a more legitimate decal-removal story was unfolding right under our noses. To wit: Did Tom Brady remove the NFL logo decal from his helmet, perhaps as a way of protesting his upcoming suspension? (Continue reading)

UVa To (Officially) Unveil New Football Unis Today

By John Ekdahl

The official unveiling of the new uniforms will take place today at 3:30pm.

Thursday night was just the appetizer. The oh-so-briefly-live video that appeared on Virginia Sports TV’s YouTube channel highlighted some key features of the new UVA football uniforms. Reports followed that Friday would see the full rollout.

Those . . . → Read More: UVa To (Officially) Unveil New Football Unis Today

Open Season

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through the end of the month, although Paul is still on the clock over at ESPN and may be popping up here occasionally.]

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By Phil Hecken, with Brinke Guthrie

It’s been a while (a few years, in fact) since I did a tennis post with my “doubles partner” (and the man who brings you Collector’s Corner every week) Brinke Guthrie. But with the 2016 US Open taking place in my back yard this Monday, I persuaded the second biggest tennis fan on Uni Watch to write up a little piece on the kits, er…uniforms, for the final tennis major of the year.

And while not uni-related, one of the bigger stories this year will be the new roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Hopefully, they won’t need to use it (too often) but it will basically ensure the tournament will end on schedule and on time (something that hadn’t happened for several of the past years, with rain forcing the tourney into an extra day). If you’re actually attending the event, there’s that and a new grandstand this year. (Continue reading)

Broadcast Throwbacks

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through the end of the month, although Paul is still on the clock over at ESPN and may be popping up here occasionally.]

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By Phil Hecken with Jared Pike

A couple weeks ago, in a sub-lede titled “In Case You Missed It Saturday”, I had posted some tweets from a Cubs/A’s throwback game, in which the TV broadcast used “retro graphics”. Shortly after that, reader Jared Pike contacted me with the following note, “I read your recent entry on the A’s-Cubs game with early 80s throwbacks (and TV graphics to match). Sportscasters throwing back is a relatively recent phenomenon, but it’s not unheard of.” He then explained he’d written about this and asked if I’d be interested in using it on Uni Watch.

While it’s not exactly uni-related, it’s a cool topic, and one which I’m happy to have Jared explore further and explain to us. Here’s Jared with… (Continue reading)