The Biggest Cheaters of 2013 by Rieves Wiedemen
The Florida State Seminoles’ ball boy’s highlight reel
I Will Always Love You (Crying Knowshon Moreno Edition)
Directed and illustrated by Kris Hoffman
Roy Hawthorne, 87, one of the leaders of the Navajo Code Talkers talking about the Redskins name: “My opinion is that’s a name that not only the team should keep, but that’s a name that’s American.” Now can he coach and hand the ball off to Alfred Morris?
Michelle Steilen (gets better around 2:00)
Shorts & Skins
Inside the New Era Cap Company factory.
Last week, I was invited up to Buffalo, New York to learn about New Era’s brand history and their upcoming Heritage Collection. Being that baseball caps have had a place in my entire life, I jumped at the opportunity.
Founded in 1920, the fourth generation family-owned business has evolved from making Gatsby-era “fashion caps” to heritage-linked Major League Baseball caps, which they started producing in 1934. In recent years, New Era has expanded beyond baseball exclusivity and has utilized over 400 licenses, producing a new age of “fashion caps” for popular culture, and in turn coming full circle back to their foundation.
With over 50 million caps produced last year, chances are you’ve had one on your head at some point in time.
Martial Arts Fails