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Logo a No-Go

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The guy . . . → Read More: Logo a No-Go

The Hy Peskin Archives, Vol. 3

Okay, one last batch of beautiful Hy Peskin pics. In previous entries we’ve covered baseball and basketball and football; this time around we’ll cover a range of other sports.

Without futher ado:

• Check out Arnie Palmer with the off-center belt buckle.

• Now that’s a lot of club head covers.

• One . . . → Read More: The Hy Peskin Archives, Vol. 3

Monday Morning Uni Watch

As is always the case on the first Sunday in November, the most notable athletic attire yesterday was at the New York City Marathon (lots of additional pics here and here). I live half a block from the Marathon route, so it’s easy for me to wake up and stumble outside to watch . . . → Read More: Monday Morning Uni Watch

Punctuation Lesson (or: O Say Can You See That Apostrophe?)

First and foremost: Yes, I am aware that today’s post looks a little different. Not sure why, but we’re working on it and hope to have it fixed soon.

New ESPN column today — here’s the link. (They’ve been having some technical problems on the ESPN site too, so if the link doesn’t . . . → Read More: Punctuation Lesson (or: O Say Can You See That Apostrophe?)