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    This is a concept I did for a "Miami" wordmark in the style of the original Florida Marlins brand. All the characters in the logo, as well as the underline, are taken directly from the "Marlins" wordmark. I made two versions: one on the standard gray background, and one on a teal background. Comments and criticism would be much appreciated. Thanks for looking!
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    I don't see why that's a bad thing?
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    Same story with Florida State. Every ing Saturday.
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    The Gators could easily be 8-1/7-2 right now. They are 5-4 and routinely beaten in their own backyard instead. As much blame as I'll justly lay at the feet of the players, at the end of the day, the coaching on this team is abysmal. Offensively, defensively, special teams, what-effing-ever. Obviously it's not made any easier to watch this while Florida State routinely has four leaf clovers up their asses but, at the end of the day, there needs to be a coaching upheaval, and fortunately it is coming soon.
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    If Northwestern upsets #18 Notre Dame and no one is around to see it, is it actually an upset?
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    Technically, the FCS playoffs begin on Thanksgiving weekend, so you're early with that one. D-II and D-III begin next weekend, and as a primer, here's how each of those levels work... Division II -24 teams are placed into 4 6-team 'Super Regions' -The top six in each of the final Regional Rankings get into the playoffs. -If a conference champion finishes outside of the top 6 but finishes in the top 8 of the final regional ranking, they get 'earned access' to the playoffs -Super Regions are as follows: SR 1: CIAA, Mountain East, Northeast-10 and PSACSR 2: Gulf South, South Atlantic and SIAC (plus independent programs Limestone, North Greenville and UNC Pembroke)SR 3: Great American, Great Northwest, Northern Sun and MIAASR 4: GLIAC, Great Lakes Valley, Lone Star and RMAC (plus independent programs Alderson-Broaddus, Kentucky Wesleyan and Oklahoma Panhandle State)Division III -32 teams placed into 4 8-team regions. -24 bids are given to conference champions while the remaining eight are split up. Two bids are given to 'Pool B' teams (Independents and conferences without automatic bids) and six bids are given to 'Pool C' teams (everyone else)
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    Loved Minnesota in yellow. Just needed maroon pants.
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    LUCKY TO NOT BE SERVING THE DEATH PENALTY
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    Those are great, ren. Here's an old Kansas State logo for consideration:
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    I think their white pants need maroon and gold stripes. With no white anywhere else on the jersey or helmets, the all-white pants look generic and a bit out of place. I think a maroon-gold-maroon stripe would go a long way to alleviate the abruptness of the white pants.
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    The Habs have retired 15 numbers for 18 players. Not one of those banners is superfluous. Look up any of the stats of any of those players during their time with the Canadiens and you will see that all of them belong up there. True, the Habs won 14 of their 24 Stanley Cups during a time where there was rarely more than 10 teams. The remaining 10 Stanley Cups were won post-expansion, still more than any other team. A lot of credit to the success of the Canadiens during their history is attributed to their scouting and farm system. Back in the olden days, junior teams were specifically sponsored by NHL teams. So if you wound up playing in that system, that NHL team had your rights. Most of the Canadiens talent were brought up through that system (and yes, about 99% of that talent was Canadian, but only because 99% of ALL NHL talent was Canadian. Montreal did not have the rights to all Canadian talent. There were of course players like Gordie Howe, the Patrick brothers, Bobby Hull, Stan Makita, Ted Lindsay, Bobby Orr, none of whom ever played for the Canadiens. During the same timeframe the Canadiens won their first 14 Stanley Cups, the Toronto Maple Leafs franchise managed to win 13 as well. (What happened after expansion seemingly but both franchises in opposite directions.) Also, regarding that rule that the Canadiens were allowed to draft any French-Canadien players before the rest of league was allowed to draft anyone...there is a little bit of truth to it, but, remarkably, almost none of those players that they acquired through those means had any impact whatsoever with the franchise. (Better explained here: http://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2008/12/2/678036/debunking-the-canadiens-fr ) Credit is due however to how they got Guy Lafleur. In 1970, the Habs acquired Oakland's first-round pick in 1971 in exchange for their first-rounder in 1970. In the 1970-71 season, the Seals were near the bottom of the standings, but not actually in last place. Habs traded one of their veterans to the Kings (who were at the bottom) to help improve the Kings enough to pass the Seals in the standings and the Seals finish dead last, giving Montreal that pick. But, with all this in mind, there is no question about the success and deservedness of the banners in Montreal.
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    Exactly. I understand the impulse, but it's wise to wait until the facts are known. All that emotional outpouring, the tributes. All for a guy who killed his girlfriend.
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    btw. the Faroe Islands won 1-0 in Greece yesterday.
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    Thats not a bad thing. Most people around prefer they use the teal anyway. Thats what we were all hoping were going to be the primary aways. Plus more Color vs. Color!
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    It's just a fashion jersey anyway. I'm pretty sure something has to not be ugly in order to be fashionable in the eyes of the general public. I'm pretty sure that is absolutely untrue.
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    I'd be interested in an explanation. Science is a field in which women have generally been made to feel unwelcome; while many strides have been made towards making sure that girls/women have access to science education, the wearing of a shirt with pinups in a science workplace doesn't exactly scream welcoming workplace, nor does it give girls the impression that they'd be welcome without being objectified. In the right context, that's a pretty cool-looking shirt. The context in which he wore it, though, isn't one of those.
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    A couple other off line requests I did but never added here.
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    Lightning turds debuting tonight would be way more appropriate.
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    Do you have a whole version of the new BYU logo? Kansas State: Here you go:
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    Hello to all, long time lurker first time poster. We're a custom sock company that works closely with ESPN (specifically in college basketball). We travel around with them and create event specific socks for the participants in their tournament. Would love to share our exclusive items with this forum, here are our items for Minnesota vs Louisville in the Armed Forces Classic tonight in Puerto Rico. Drawn from the USCG ships, the socks feature the base logo, ID numbers representative of the event's date, team logo, USCG logo and the USCG Motto Semper Paratus. Note these are gifted to players and it is up to their discretion whether or not they wear them in game, however plenty of teams in past have.
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    With the stricter helmet rules, at least the Packers aren't taking the "we'll just wear our normal home helmet with throwback uniforms" route.
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    If Rosberg wins the world championship only because of the double points scenario then I will officially be done with F1 until Bernie leaves (or becomes too old/dies. I can't see him ever leaving voluntarily). I am 95% of the way out the door but the competition between Hamilton and Rosberg as well as just the general excitement of the races this season keeps dragging me back in.
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    Being an animal lover, I can't imagine myself as a hunter. But I have no issue with people who do hunt. As long as hunters are using what they kill, it's fine by me. If you're a hunter who hunts solely "for sport", you're basically just someone who enjoys killing things and that's -ed up. FWIW, I love deer steaks and deer sausage. That's some good eating.
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    Hunting is, in my opinion, fine as long as it's legal and you use the meat. It's also an effective means of population control. I would never do it because I was raised in the suburbs and would be next to useless, but I don't cast judgement on those that do. I do have family in the more rural areas of Ontario, and I know from them that it's also a great bonding experience. So there's that too. All in all? It's fine in my opinion. Also, I'm changing the thread's title to something less one-sided.
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    It's sad news and all....but really? C'mon now, don't be overly dramatic on this. This is why you get crap about "Today we are all Cardinals!".... I'm not a Cardinals fan but there's definitely some feeling deep in my gut about him dying. Has nothing to do with the Cards, just that some young guy died. If somebody else had posted that, you wouldn't have said anything. It's just because he's a Cards fan. No, it's because he was overly dramatic about Hancock's death, saying multiple times about how he was in mourning and the like. Got really defensive about his death until it was found out that it was due to drugs/alcohol. Has nothing to do with who he roots for. It's ok to be sad about something, but I think it's a bit much to say you're sick/ill or in mourning over someone you really don't know. Like I said, it's sad, but it's not much different from what you typically see on your local news these days.
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    OK, I went ahead & took stab at the other Longhorns logo. C&C
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