Michael Jordan’s Game-Worn North Carolina Jersey Sold For $1.38 Million

A jersey worn by Michael Jordan during his sophomore season at North Carolina sold for $1.38 million through Heritage Actions on Saturday. The Carolina Blue road jersey was photo matched through corresponding mesh holes and threading to the 1982-83 season, when Jordan was named the national player of the year

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Arkansas Razorbacks Now Have Officially Licensed Tortilla Chips

Colleges have all kinds of officially licensed novelty items, ranging from big foam fingers to logo-shaped cake pans and everything in-between. You can now add food to the list after the University of Arkansas teamed up with Fayetteville-based manufacturer Abuelita Maria to produce a Razorback-shaped tortilla chip. Will Roth, the

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Nevada Wolf Pack Unveil Two New Helmet Options For 2021 Season

The Nevada football program held its annual spring game on May 1, at which time head coach Jay Norvell revealed two new helmets that the Wolf Pack will wear during the 2021 season.  The options include a white helmet and a silver flake helmet, which is modeled after Notre Dame’s

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San Francisco 49ers Unveil 75th Anniversary Logo

The San Francisco 49ers will celebrate their 75th anniversary this season by wearing a diamond-shaped uniform patch that pulls inspiration from the franchise’s past. “The past seven and a half decades of 49ers football have provided generations of faithful (fans) with countless unforgettable plays, players and memories, and my family

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Tom Brady Dislikes NFL’s New Number Rule

Although many skill position players have expressed their excitement about the NFL’s new rule that will allow them to wear a new range of numbers moving forward, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is not a fan. The seven-time Super Bowl champion took to Instagram on Thursday to share his

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NFL Approves Proposal To Reduce Restrictions On Jersey Numbers

According to multiple reports, NFL owners approved a proposal on Wednesday afternoon that will allow running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, linebackers and defensive backs to wear a new range of numbers moving forward, including single digits. The amendment to Rule 5, Section 1, Article 2 of the NFL rulebook

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SRS Distribution Becomes New Title Sponsor Of Las Vegas Bowl

ESPN Events announced on Tuesday that SRS Distribution, one of the largest and fastest growing building products distributors in country, will be the new titles sponsor of the Las Vegas Bowl. “We are truly excited to welcome SRS Distribution to the Sports and Entertainment Capital of the World,” Las Vegas

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Cincinnati Bengals Unveil New Uniforms

Although an eBay leak in early March prematurely revealed the design, the Cincinnati Bengals officially unveiled their new uniforms on Monday morning.  “We wanted the new uniforms to have a clean, sleek design,” Bengals director of strategy and fan engagement Elizabeth Blackburn said in a statement. “We used our popular

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Cincinnati Bengals To Reveal New Uniforms On April 19

The Cincinnati Bengals announced on Wednesday morning that they’ll officially unveil their new uniforms at 9 a.m. on April 19. This will mark the fourth major uniform change for the Bengals since their inception in 1968 and first since since the current set was revealed ahead of the 2004 season, though

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New Balance Now Outfitting Boston College (Except in Football)

Boston College announced on Tuesday morning that New Balance will become the new official outfitter of 30 of the Eagles’ 31 varsity athletic programs. That excludes football, which will announce a separate deal in the coming weeks. “This partnership will be an absolute game-changer for Boston College athletics and our

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NFL To Vote On Proposal To Reduce Restrictions On Jersey Numbers

Next month, NFL owners are expected to vote on a proposal that would allow running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, linebackers and defensive backs to wear new numbers, including single digits.  The amendment to Rule 5, Section 1, Article 2 of the NFL rulebook was proposed by the Kansas City

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