A Closer Look at the New Reebok Logo

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The Best Argument Ever Against (or Maybe For) Pajama Pants

The top photo shows the cleats that Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino wore for last night’s World Series game. The screen shot below that shows how those cleats looked during the game. On the one hand, this is a great example of how the pajama look ruins everything it touches — you . . . → Read More: The Best Argument Ever Against (or Maybe For) Pajama Pants

Nike's Latest Mix of Incompetence and Hubris

My annual NFL season-preview column is up now on ESPN.

Meanwhile: Got a note yesterday from a source at Alabama, who relayed the following tale:

On Monday afternoon, we received a phone call from our Nike rep, demanding that we send back every gameday polo and pullover as soon as possible. Puzzled, we . . . → Read More: Nike’s Latest Mix of Incompetence and Hubris

This is Not the Hockey Jersey Advertising You Are Looking For

By Morris Levin

Corporate advertising on game jerseys is an active discussion on this site. Paul and others explored rationales against advertising in April 2012. Paul covered the July 2012 announcement of the NBA’s intention to begin jersey advertising.

Advocating for NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB game uniforms to remain advertising free, Paul . . . → Read More: This is Not the Hockey Jersey Advertising You Are Looking For