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When the US hockey team hits the ice for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, it will be in some starry new sweaters. And the world got its first look at the new jerseys when they were unveiled at an event in Arlington, Virginia, earlier today.
One of my favorite events at the SABR 43 conference in Philadelphia was the Research Committee Meeting for Baseball Card History and Influence. The meeting had a very different feel to it than other presentations at the conference. It was a chance for everyone in the room to participate, to share their love of baseball, and discuss what baseball means to them. And it was a chance to talk about baseball cards!
This week is a big one for teams to unveil their latest jerseys. The Tennessee Volunteers revealed their new alternative unis yesterday, and then later in the day the Phoenix Suns and Detroit Pistons gave fans a glimpse of their new on-court looks.
Hey baseball fans, get ready for some big changes to the game you love.
Earlier today, Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig announced that the 30 MLB owners gave broad approval to a plan to introduce an expanded instant replay system and manager challenges to big-league baseball. It still needs to be formally approved by the owners, which is expected to happen at their quarterly meeting in November, and OK'ed by the MLB Players Association and World Umpires Association. Stiil, "it's a historic day," Selig said.
Here's how the plan would work:
If you watch college sports, you know that the Tennessee Vols have one of the classic jerseys in D1 football — you could spot that bright orange a mile away! But for the 2013 season, the Volunteers are getting a new look courtesy of adidas and its TECHFIT line of athleticwear.
As we get ready to kickoff the 2013 college football season, we look at the game-changers, playmakers, and leaders who will likely have a major impact on their teams. And at the top of this list is last year's Heisman winner, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel.
Of course, Johnny Football isn't the only superstar in college football today. Louisville, Ohio State, and Georgia all have stud QBs, too. Notre Dame and Alabama have beasts on defense. And USC, Clemson, and Baylor have offensive weapons that can dictate the tone of every game.
But college football is a big world, and a lot of players are part of it. So you tell us: Who are the college football superstars that will dominate the 2013 season?