The Return of the Peyote Coyote

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An Interesting Night for Color-on-Color Games

Color-on-color fans — a group in which I include myself — enjoyed a rare NBA/NCAA daily double last night. On the pro level, in the final game before the all-star break, the Cavs and Bulls went gold vs. red. And in the college ranks, Michigan and Illinois went navy vs. orange. The home . . . → Read More: An Interesting Night for Color-on-Color Games

Tomahawk Swap

The Blackhawks have two different tomahawk shoulder patches — green-topped for the white jerseys and white-topped for the red jerseys. That leads us to a communiqué from reader Charles Noerenberg, who writes:

My friend recently got me some packs of old hockey cards ranging from 1988-1991, and I opened I noticed something off . . . → Read More: Tomahawk Swap

Monday Morning Uni Watch

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It was neon/higlighter kind of day yesterday, as the NFL and NHL both dressed their best players in garishly bold colors for their respective all-star games. Here’s a look at some of the games’ finer uni-related nuances, beginning with the Pro Bowl:

• All Chiefs players . . . → Read More: Monday Morning Uni Watch