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    Even if they only built to the street, they would have gained at least 50 feet to play with and would have lost what looks to be about 30 parking spaces.
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    thank you, sir. that idea of the stripe has been in my head for years. this is the first Lions concept i've ever done that i can recall, but im always looking for something unique to use as a stripe. and i always like pulling things from history that people have forgetten about or only hardcore fans would know. for the Lions, this just seemed like a natural choice the second part of the above answer addressing the stripe is i felt it was important to do something that separated this team from the Cowboys as much as possible. maybe a blue mask? maybe no stripe at all? (this is also why i used blue pants )but i think going back to a Braisher stripe would be a bad move for that Cowboys tie-in reason. the Lions haven't had that stripe in, i don't know when they changed. . .15 years or so? so, the middle of the helmet presents an opportunity for an original brand identifier. Plus, you have to think of these things as part of a set– so the 4th part of my set would be a Sanders era throwback uniform. and i believe when you have a throwback, it has to be different enough from the primary that people notice it. if it's only a slight change, then whats the point? so here's the full set one more note: the NOB is smaller than usual and the wide tracking of the "Detroit Lions" wordmark on the chest was all inspired by old car badges. going back a few pages, this is what i was talking about with using the auto industry to inspire an idea without screaming it
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    Renting a 4th-line center for the rest of the season cost Minnesota a 1st-rounder, a 2nd-rounder, and another conditional 2nd-rounder.
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    SANTA BARBARA GAUCHOS DESIGN: -Took inspiration from the name Gauchos. -Pattern is a traditional Argentine pattern HELMET: -Pattern stripe on each helmet -Blue, gold, and white matte helmet -Primary logo on helmets JERSEY: -Pattern on the sleeve cap. Similar to Florida State - Number font similar to the ones they have for basketball PANTS:- Pattern stripe down the leg Thanks for looking guys and as always C&C is greatly appreciated.
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    Ok so then yeah - they solved a problem that they intentionally created.
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    Is there a French Canadian Day?
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    These are pretty nice and you also have my favorite username on the site now. Love Francis of the Filth.
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    Or maybe they'll use the opportunity to highlight whatever new thing they have to replace it.
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    Yet another early 90s sports star with a bad video game:
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    Removing the ability to add comments from readers is probably one of the best moves you could ever make as a sports news website.
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    Cujo, make like a Chicagoan and take the L, you're utterly out of your gourd calling Shaq with the Magic an aberration.
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    Don't get me wrong -- varying outfield dimensions, wind/air conditions, and even grass length are part of why baseball is great. But a hill with a flagpole for the sake of a hill with a flagpole takes you from navigating the natural idiosyncrasies of the physical world to Family Double Dare.
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    My two favorites are Golden State's The City and the Lakers MPLS
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    As a hockey/football fan, I always found the different outfield dimensions a little curious... but it blows my mind that a team in the modern era was allowed to build a park where an outfielder could have to run up a hill and avoid a flag pole in order to get a ball.
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    I mean, if the Cubbies get to flaunt their WS Champs patches the whole damn season, so should the umps, right?
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    mini helmets? Cleveland and Pittsburgh have full-sized helmets (it fits on your head!) full of nachos! In Pittsburgh, it had buffalo chicken and all sorts of supreme stuff in it, and everyone around me was aghast at the size and quantity...in Cleveland, they were like "oh, you got the medium. that's cute." I couldn't finish either of them, that's how many nachos were involved. It was glorious.
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    Are we seriously debating if Shaq in a Magic's uniform is wrong? It's where he made his name! There's no debate.
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    It looks like a logo for a budget executive retreat where fat people play golf.
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    Army is the only one that can pull off camo. It works for them because it's not just an excuse to wear camo by pulling the "Military Appreciation" card. They are the Army after all. Anyway, I much prefer this set compared to the camo head-to-toe:
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    Hi all, Ive been a fan of this site for a couple of year but only just signed up today. I recently started a clothing company aiming towards an alternate street style. The name of my brand is Billy Goat Scruff, and thought id capitalise on the name featuring an animal by potentially one day selling sports attire. Anyways, for the mean time i thought id have a go at creating my first from scratch sports logo. I got an image on a Nubian Ibex (goat with massive horns) and used that for the shape of the goat and then took inspiration for the shading and the text from other sports logos ive seen. Just looking for some constructive criticism to point me in the right direction! Cheers
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    You're an amusement park known for massive roller coasters and fun. The new logo embodies none of that spirit. It's far too "corporate".
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