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Uni Watch Bookshelf: ‘The Official Treasures of the NFL’

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Older Glory: Pats Coordinator Uses Outdated Flag Design

At right are two American flags. The top one is a 48-star flag, which was used from 1912 through 1959; beneath it is the more familiar 50-star flag, which was adopted after Alaska and Hawaii joined the union.

It’s hard to tell the difference between 48 of something and 50 of something, but . . . → Read More: Older Glory: Pats Coordinator Uses Outdated Flag Design

Monday Morning Uni Watch, Super Bowl Edition

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Weird scene in the third quarter of last night’s Super Bowl, as Falcons defensive end Dwight Freeney and Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett somehow got their facemasks interlocked. Here’s how it looked in real time:

So far this is my favorite #SuperBowl . . . → Read More: Monday Morning Uni Watch, Super Bowl Edition

Supe's On: The Uni Histories of the Falcons and the Patriots

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By Phil Hecken

The Big Day has finally arrived. Super Bowl Sunday. Apologies (sorrynotsorry) in advance, but this is usually the largest Uni Watch post of the year, and with good reason: today is the biggest game in the biggest sport on the planet: The Super Bowl. And we’ve got quite . . . → Read More: Supe’s On: The Uni Histories of the Falcons and the Patriots