Aggies Use Their Heads for New Helmet Design

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Ohio State's Jeff Heuerman Is Switching His Number to 5 in Honor of Braxton Miller

Only right that part of him stays on the field with us @BraxtonMiller5 pic.twitter.com/9y3YvXx2PV

— Jeff Heuerman (@JHeuerman86) August 30, 2014

By John Ekdahl

Last week, Braxton Miller underwent season-ending surgery to repair a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder.

Braxton Miller won’t take the field for Ohio State this season. However, . . . → Read More: Ohio State’s Jeff Heuerman Is Switching His Number to 5 in Honor of Braxton Miller

Cubs Celebrate Strike Season, Cuban Independence

By Phil Hecken

First, and most important thing: Paul has his annual College Football Preview today (one of the most anticipated columns of the year). Here’s the link.

Now then. Yesterday, the Chicago Cubs continued their year-long celebration of Wrigley Field by donning their 1994 alternate jerseys, jerseys which many have said fairly . . . → Read More: Cubs Celebrate Strike Season, Cuban Independence

Let’s Look at Last Night’s Braves/A’s Throwback Game

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Paul here, still pinch-hitting this weekend. The Braves and A’s wore turned back the clock 100 years last night, as both teams wore 1914 throwbacks. How’d they do? First let’s take a look at the original 1914 designs that the throwbacks were based on (keeping . . . → Read More: Let’s Look at Last Night’s Braves/A’s Throwback Game