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    Sure. Because by hiring a then 64 year-old man, who has a legacy of having John Blake on his UNC staff plus the UNC scandal is appropriate. I like Butch, but he is essentially a show-cause in waiting. If you go that old, hire someone who is a better recruit "closer"...college football's nicest man....63 year old Mack Brown. Sorry, 'Griffinmarlins', you don't understand. You really like Miami Football, but you basically have only been alive since when Ken Dorsey was QB...you REALLY have a lot to learn. While a new president will bring stability, there will be another AD within the next 30 months since Blake James will look to move up. Again, regardless of who is hired, most likely they will not be as a good total fundraiser as Dr. Shalala. Yeah you're right. I'm a super fan, but haven't really experienced the glory days. I'm just so sick of hearing of all these successful teams, but never getting to see one in my time watching college football. I want to see the Canes succeed, because it can be done. I'm just impatient y'know. I want to see a winning product because I love my team. You are not a superfan since you have no idea of their history. You just like titles.The times have changes and there was even a limited scholarship period under Al Golden. If you "loved" the team, then you would've realized that historically nobody cares in terms of attendance, which drives the athletic department. I owned season tickets from 2000-2005 and neither live in Miami nor attended the university, I just grew up in Tampa and liked them more than FSU and UF. However, I still look at football at the bigger level than you . What came to you to think that he just likes titles even though he posts every week in this thread lamenting for Al Golden to be fired. Is he not allowed to rag on his team? The "fan" he is that you're describing would only come out and support Miami when they're winning titles. What's wring with a fan liking it when his team wins a title? Seriously, get off your podium and stop acting like you're a "better" fan than everyone else.
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    After seeing that the Raptors are about to officially scrap their anthropomorphized raptor logo at the end of this season, as a Bucks fan, it got me thinking about the Bucks old logo with a sweater-wearing deer spinning the ball on his hoof. That logo inspired this idea to recreate a deer going in for a layup. I also made another less anthropomorphic version of a charging buck. In the layup logo, I wanted to show the athleticism and light-footedness of a deer. In the charging logo, I wanted to show the other side of a buck - that is its strength. These don't really match the typical composition you see from an NBA logo now days, but I've grown to dislike the Bucks current flat, line-drawing of a logo that they've been using for 20 years, and wanted to go in a completely different direction.
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    The game didn't mean a whole lot, but how bout them Cowboys!!! Nothing like a good old fashioned beat down of the Redskins on a Sunday morning. I liked the idea of starting everyone this week. They are on a roll, so let these men go out and do what they do best. If we lose next week it won't be because Garrett didn't sit the starters.
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    If these were for a college or pro team, these would be horrendous, but they're not. They're for a high school all star game and will be worn one time by 18 year olds. In that case, I think they're awesome. They're so ridiculous and over the top, and I'm sure all the kids wearing them will love them. Why not go all out for this game?
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    /\ ...Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai anyone else?
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    Hello all, Recently I have been struggling to find a realistic NBA template for Illustrator that I can use for my basketball concepts. With no luck finding a fitting template, I decided to create my own to use, and would love to share it with you guys! In return, I only ask that you give me credit when you use it for your own work, and I can't wait to see it out there! There are five total templates, with each NBA franchise falling into one of the designs. Here is how each team falls. Template 1 –Los Angeles Lakers –Miami Heat –Dallas Mavericks –Toronto Raptors –Detroit Pistons Template 2 –Chicago Bulls –Cleveland Cavaliers –Boston Celtics –New York Knicks –Portland Trailblazers Template 3 –Milwaukee Bucks –Golden State Warriors –Indiana Pacers –Orlando Magic Template 4 –New Orleans Pelicans –Brooklyn Nets –Houston Rockets –Memphis Grizzlies –Philadelphia 76ers –San Antonio Spurs –Denver Nuggets –Minnesota Timberwolves –Oklahoma City Thunder –Utah Jazz –Atlanta Hawks –Charlotte Hornets –Los Angeles Clippers –Phoenix Suns –Sacramento Kings –Washington Wizards Template 5 –Sleeved Design (template 4 collar) And here is how they look: And here is the link to the files https://www.mediafire.com/folder/p252i2mir80g8/NBA_Uniform_Templates Enjoy! –Trent Daniel, tbdaniel15
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    Just because something is old, doesn't make it special. No, but the Browns' uniforms are. So...there's that. There's a lot of people who don't share your opinion. So... I'm sure there's "a lot," but I'm also sure they're in the minority. I'm pretty sure they're in the majority. I've heard more people call the Browns' uniform ugly than anything else over the years. Recording yourself doesn't count.
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    Even if the league drops the banhammer on Suh like they should?
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    Just because something is old, doesn't make it special. I think a better analogy would be like finally tearing down that ugly, run-downed building, and replacing it with a state-of-the-art, better looking one. Given the on-field performance of the Browns, it'd be more like tearing down the house of the guy who lost the American Revolution. But the on-field performance of the Browns had nothing to do with the uniforms, and changing them won't help it, either. Debates about uniforms are about aesthetics and not wins and losses.
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    This Lions team is just frustrating to watch. For all of the talent on this team, they miss so many opportunities and make so many mistakes that it's hard to be confident in them going on the road in the playoffs. Even IF they manage to come back in this one.
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    Just because something is old, doesn't make it special. I think a better analogy would be like finally tearing down that ugly, run-downed building, and replacing it with a state-of-the-art, better looking one. Given the on-field performance of the Browns, it'd be more like tearing down the house of the guy who lost the American Revolution.
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    Matty Ice is melting before our eyes....
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    The Browns have had essentially the same look since they were formed in the 40s. It truly might be the end of an era. I would never do more than a tweak or two to that uniform. Some things need to be preserved. But hey, why keep that primitive, old, historic house where George Washington once lived when you can tear it down and build a shiny, new Wal-Mart?
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    Sure. Because by hiring a then 64 year-old man, who has a legacy of having John Blake on his UNC staff plus the UNC scandal is appropriate. I like Butch, but he is essentially a show-cause in waiting. If you go that old, hire someone who is a better recruit "closer"...college football's nicest man....63 year old Mack Brown. Sorry, 'Griffinmarlins', you don't understand. You really like Miami Football, but you basically have only been alive since when Ken Dorsey was QB...you REALLY have a lot to learn. While a new president will bring stability, there will be another AD within the next 30 months since Blake James will look to move up. Again, regardless of who is hired, most likely they will not be as a good total fundraiser as Dr. Shalala. Yeah you're right. I'm a super fan, but haven't really experienced the glory days. I'm just so sick of hearing of all these successful teams, but never getting to see one in my time watching college football. I want to see the Canes succeed, because it can be done. I'm just impatient y'know. I want to see a winning product because I love my team. You are not a superfan since you have no idea of their history. You just like titles.The times have changes and there was even a limited scholarship period under Al Golden. If you "loved" the team, then you would've realized that historically nobody cares in terms of attendance, which drives the athletic department. Seriously? Don't say I don't know their history, cause I could tell you a lot about their history if you wanted me to.And you can't say no one cared. They used to sell out the Orange Bowl. Trust me, I may be young, but I know a lot of stuff about my favorite team other than titles. I've watched the documentaries, seen stuff on YouTube, read articles, heard stories from family. I'm a true Hurricanes fan, and won't have another team come close to taking the spot for my top college team no matter where I attend school.
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    That line of thinking is just so backwards and harms not only the city but the suburbs that they're so adamant about protecting. When I look at Philly as an example (granted, much larger than Milwaukee and has greater challenges when it comes to commuting), there are huge office parks containing some companies' world headquarters that pump tons of money into the wealthy suburbs and can exist in large part because they can draw young, educated talent from the City, because you can take an hour long rail ride out to work. Rail (among other things), is what's lead to Philly's revitalization, as tens of thousands of young, educated, talented people who 15 years ago would never have thought about setting foot in the city (and even then, only in the center city) are now choosing to live in teh city, get rid of their cars, and eventually spread outside of center city and totally turn over many of the surrounding neighborhoods. I am an example of this, as is my neighborhood (featured in NY Times in a case study gentrification, which in this case isn't a euphemism for whites moving in and blacks moving out.) Basically, with public transportation, everybody wins. City, suburbs, poor people, rich people, everybody. It creates opportunities and competition, and it all trickles down. It saddens me that there are still communities that fail to realize this.
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    a new contributionoriginal
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    I had to go into the notepads in the logo files and change the 4 teams that were messed up. For some reason, the numbers in the files were +4 compared to the team ID in game. But I got it straighted out, and played about 10 games with the Rowdies last night. So download thes files, and go into the logo pack files, and replace the text document in the League 2 folder below Away kits - http://www.mediafire.com/view/czr7f22w9d3zp3o/config.xml Home kits - http://www.mediafire.com/view/m84mw8axpi28quy/config(2).xml Normal logos - http://www.mediafire.com/view/wlz55h2yst9o15a/config(3).xml Small logos - http://www.mediafire.com/view/8jl03lcip6jfjqn/config(4).xml
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    This was my attempt at Bucco Bruce.
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    Bucco Bruceby Gyula NemethApr 16, 201221 likes1 bucket514 viewsSharein Sports Branding#5B6A6A#ED9B00#CD0326#FBEBEE#E0620E#A88332#C84E56#AE7965I have always loved the classic Bucco Bruce logo of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. So, well, this is like a homage to the original. Sans the wink
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