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    But were you as excited as Tim Duncan...
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    In 2030, when the University of Oregon EliteSpeeds (presented by Nike) go head to head with the BangBus.com White Storm in a season opening cupcake match to warm up for their epic showdown with the #11 Texas AT&T Great Rates, a Visa presented, PPV, throwdown showdown, exclusively on the Clorox Squeaky Clean Sports Network (CSCSN for short) that has heavy implications in the NASDAQ Payoff Playoff Market Challenge. The EliteSpeeds had a heartbreaking season, where they finished undefeated, but due to some awful investments in Chinese fabric, were penalized 200 Meritocracy Points, and fell out of the rankings entirely. Now they come back with a veteran roster, including the Nissan Heisman frontrunner, Johnson & Johnson IV, headlined by coach Willie Target, still seeking his first title as CEO of the EliteSpeeds. The U is still not back.
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    It couldn't have been this?
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    I'll say this. If the teams uniform changed at all then I understand the big buildup/wait for the jersey reveal. HOWEVER, if you wait all damn summer to show off your "new" state of the art uniform with no changes..then that is absolute B.S. Cleveland, Phoenix, Spurs, Clippers (maybe) and Minnesota have a genuine excuse.
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    "Excited" is not a word commonly associated with the Spurs brand
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    LOL 2007 Virginia Tech @ Georgia Tech
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    However, pair these with white pants (and keep these pants for the white jersey and maybe an alternate yellow one hmm...) and you've also got a winner.
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    The addition of the vertical pants stripes down the legs really cluttered that set up. I liked the 1972-87 version much better. It's been said here many, many times, but for the sake of any newcomer who may be reading this, the Reds looked their best 1969-71, and it's a shame they didn't keep it forever, especially during their heydey of the 1970s.
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    He should really calm down, he's risking an excessive celebration foul
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    Also, this still feels like some sort of stupid joke: Like this is still a prank, right?
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    I guess I am in that lone camp of people who loved those.
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    'It was recently announced that the Oakland Swingin' A's will take the field as the Oakland Gnomes on Sunday home games next year. The brand is based on the wooden paintings of garden gnomes that can be found on the bases of telephone poles around Oakland, CA. Uniforms have yet to be revealed.'
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    If the Warriors were gonna do a white throwback, it should've been the Run TMC set:
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    I was pretty "excited" celebrating all 5 of our championships over the years.
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    As an Arizona native, my sports teams always break my heart, so I'm already heartbroken over the Suns terrible new set. Just kidding. No I'm not.
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    I’m not saying it’s a bad look, but they’ve very clearly set out to be “the gold team” over the past few years. Minimizing it on the road uniform wouldn’t make any sense when the goal is to build that equity. There’s plenty of balance when you consider the blue numerals and pants.
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    Wow, that was probably the worst option for that era they could've gone with.
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    Everyone is jumping aboard the whole "basketball thing in football thing XDDD" train, but does anyone else think it's really bizarre that a public university's football team is wearing a giant brand logo on their practice helmets? Like is that not just a tad off for anyone else? I get that major universities make a big deal of their branding and apparel deals, but on the uniforms themselves generally the actual brand logo is not front and center. I mean there is arguable no more important spot in a uniform than the centerpiece of the helmet, and those helmets have a jumpman logo. I know it's only a practice uniform, but that just makes it worse i think. Even their practices are brought to you by Jumpman. I know saying that college football is a giant corporate entity isn't exactly a unique position, but I can't recall ever seeing quite this level of pure corporatism in amateur athletics, where the primary focal point of a practice uniform is a giant apparel brand. This is bothering me maybe more than it should.
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    Pacers made a mistake. Could have used Hickory as a community uniform and had Reggie Miller era uniforms as throwbacks.
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