Uni Watch Blog Digest for the Week Ending Dec. 1, 2023
One-stop shopping for the past week of Uni Watch Blog content.
Hi there! Here’s what’s been happening on the Uni Watch Blog this week:
Saturday, Nov. 25
The 2+3+2 (+3) Project took a look at the AFC North.
An NHL goalie wore a Native American-themed mask despite being told by the league not to do so.
The NBA’s most celebrated rookie was victimized by an NOB typo.
Sunday, Nov. 26
Here’s Phil’s Sunday Morning Uni Watch report on Saturday’s college football action.
The 2+3+2 (+3) Project re-envisioned the NFC North.
Monday, Nov. 27
Here’s this week’s Monday Morning Uni Watch report on Sunday’s NFL action.
The Padres are adding a memorial patch for owner Peter Seidler, who recently died.
Tuesday, Nov. 28
Here are the latest vintage game-worn treasures from Grey Flannel Auctions.
MLB’s best-looking player will remain in a very good-looking uniform next season, which is good news for all of us.
The Maple Leafs have a new home helmet advertiser.
Wednesday, Nov. 29
The Yankees think they have a secret uni-related weapon for landing a prized free agent, but it’s not that simple.
I’m now taking questions for my next installment of “Ask Me Anything.”
Thursday, Nov. 30
In response to reader requests, I offered my thoughts on Sports Illustrated’s AI scandal.
The proposed merger of the XFL and USFL is now one step closer to reality.
And I hope you saw my deep dive on NFL captains’ patches here on Substack.
Friday, Dec. 1
NHL teams using colored helmets with their white road uniforms, instead of the usual white helmets, has become a growing trend.
Speaking of the NHL, the Rangers unveiled a new alternate uniform.
Uni Watch News Tickers
In addition to the articles I just linked to, we also had the Uni Watch News Ticker — our daily roundup of news items from across the uni-verse. There was no Ticker on Saturday, but here are the Tickers for Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
That’s it for this week. Thanks for reading Uni Watch!
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