Uni Watch DIY Project: Tie One On, Revisited

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Special Offer: Outrageously Overpriced, Instead of SUPER-Outrageously Overpriced

Do you get bummed out when the player whose name is on the back of your $200 $250 $295 polyester shirt is traded, or retires, or ends up in prison? If so, then the Patriots have a deal for you, as you can see above (further details here).

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Designing Minds, Volume V: Part 4

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By Phil Hecken

You fine readers may recall that back in November of last year, I ran a series of interviews and concepts from Jesse Alkire (Part I is here and Part II is here). Those featured uniform concepts for all 32 teams. Last weekend, I ran Part III of that . . . → Read More: Designing Minds, Volume V: Part 4

Change Is Inevitable — But Is It Inevitably Permanent?

In the wake of the Bucs’ uniform unveiling last week, lots of observers — some of whom liked the design, others of whom didn’t — have issued a series of statements that more or less reduce to the same basic sentiment: “This is the way things are now. Love it or hate it, . . . → Read More: Change Is Inevitable — But Is It Inevitably Permanent?