Monday Morning Uni Watch

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U.S. vs The World — Are Jersey Ads Simply a Function of Design?

[Ed. Note: Got an E-mail from reader Caleb Borchers earlier in the week about a topic which has been getting some *airtime* on Uni Watch lately — ads on jerseys. He has a theory on why they’re more commonplace in areas not named the United States, and how a simple design element makes . . . → Read More: U.S. vs The World — Are Jersey Ads Simply a Function of Design?