Eagles Stuck Wearing Black Because of Problems With Midnight Green

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Walking the Plank

Last week’s issue of The New Yorker had a big article about Under Armour (which, unfortunately, is behind a paywall, so I can’t link to it — sorry). It was full of interesting stuff, but I was particularly struck by this one passage where UA honcho Kevin Plank was explaining why someone might . . . → Read More: Walking the Plank

Reeeeejected!

Interesting development yesterday afternoon, as the Baylor basketball team announced via Twitter that the NCAA had put the kibosh on the school’s “Sic ’Em Bears” jerseys, which had been released by Adidas just last week. Once the news broke, I quickly wrote this news item for ESPN. (As noted in that piece, Baylor . . . → Read More: Reeeeejected!

The Worst of Both Worlds

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The big news yesterday was that Adidas released a bunch of March Merch Madness uniforms, all of which are shown in the slideshow above. I offered some thoughts about them in this ESPN piece, which went up yesterday afternoon, shortly after . . . → Read More: The Worst of Both Worlds