I was . . . → Read More: Sorting Out the Redskins’ Trademark Issues
During the Stars’ home opener, there were several kids in attendance wearing what appeared to be youth league hockey jerseys with a “D-Star” logo. They were shown several times on TV and also ended up in several wire photos.
“I designed that logo,” says reader Matthew Duke. “Seeing it on those jerseys comes . . . → Read More: A Case of Logo Theft
[Editor's Note: I recently received an e-mail from a reader who provided some fascinating information on the history of Marquette's mascot — a history I knew nothing about. I asked the reader if I could run his e-mail as a guest-written entry. He said sure, as long as I didn't divulge his identity, . . . → Read More: Is That a Tomahawk in Your Pocket, or Are You Just Glad to See Me?
As the question of using Native American imagery continues to rattle around the corners of the sports world, many people have opinions but few (aside from the NCAA and the North Dakota legislature) bother to act on them. So there’s a lot of bloviating and posturing but not much more than that.
That’s . . . → Read More: What Do You Mean ‘We,’ Paleface?