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    Personally, I'm still a huge fan of this;
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    Orlando pulling up a cool 2 months late...
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    A 1-11 season didn't kill it in Fleck's first year at WMU. I like Fleck. I think he'll be successful wherever he coaches and at this point, I'd rather have him in Gainesville than McElwain, but "Row the Boat" is more his personal identity than the schools and it shouldn't be anywhere near the uniforms.
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    This looks like it was done by a high schooler who was messing around with the Seahawks logo in Photoshop, then mirrored it, and then said "oh how sick is this???" Not a fan.
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    That's the logo I would have liked to see on the Players Weekend caps
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    Tennessee/Georgia Tech was a pretty nice looking game: It was a bit dissapointing that the Vols' endzone didn't have the checkerboard pattern, though:
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    Call it whatever you like, it still doesn't belong on a helmet.
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    Says the Toronto Maple Leafs fan under the age of sixty.
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    Hi everyone! Not sure if you remember but I started this thread way back collecting NBA Jersey history information to make my personal database factually accurate. Now, as you may have guessed I've moved on to adding ABA jerseys in the database and I once again turn to this talented group of amateur historians for help! You can check out what I've done in the site itself: https://nbajerseydatabase.tumblr.com/tagged/aba Here are screenshots if you don't feel like clicking away: I'm open for all corrections and suggestions! Thanks for your help! All years and jersey information comes from: remembertheaba.com
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    All they need to do is subtly put it in the logo and call it a day. This helmet would look great if it was an orange VT with a maroon outline and kept the same pattern.
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    Virginia Tech -- ever so quietly -- has had more unnecessary helmet changes than any other school
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    This is probably going to be an unpopular opinion, but I like it. Thought it looked great on the player's hat where we first saw it. Now I wouldn't say the same if it was on the Seahawks' uniform (unless this was college and it could be on the collar). But as a standalone secondary, it works.
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    I'm surprised no one noticed that Dallas is going to be sporting a nice shiny patch. It is possible that NHL will be going to the NFL route to make the Cup patch like the Super Bowl. I wonder other teams are going this direction for their anniversary patches?
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    I'm more disappointed that they renamed it the Capital One Arena and not Capital One Centre. #missedopportunity
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    Big Show - facial hair = King Kong bundy
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    I've never cared for Michigan wearing alternates, but there was something about the all-maize that just sat right with me...
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    Going to be posting NHL jersey concepts I've done so far throughout the year. Completely random if it's a Home & Away or an alternate. Would love to hear feedback on all of these. Some a bit wild, some conservative! Might not go back to some of these but still would love to discuss! Just going to be dumping these here.
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    I was a huge fan of LSU/BYU's uniform matchup this week
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    The Wild set does a great job of using the style of their original jerseys into something more traditional [bringing the shoulder stripes to the yoke and adding matching arm stripes to the hem]. Well done.
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    The AFA allows public ownership of football teams? That's the first time I've heard of that!
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    I like those helmets, but I think the left side will look terrible, as the K doesn't really work on the left side, and it ends up looking like one big blob.
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    New wall wrap at Gillette. Features the words 5x champions, with the word "champions" in the font of the Patriots' wordmark, and underneath where the banner features the wordmark itself are five stars, an update of a logo they used after the last super bowl victory (they added 4 stars under the wordmark)
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    So let's talk a bit about the broadcasting structure. As you will recall, the AFA moved to a centralized broadcasting model with the 1975 season. It took quite some time to get team owners, who held a monopoly on almost all broadcasting up until the Victory Bowl, and even then irregularly, to permit the league to take control of TV rights. (Local radio is still a team-centered business.) At that time, ABC placed the winning bid, sensing that a network on the come-up could help boost a league on the rise. The national broadcast plan was one of the major contributions of Jeffrey Trejo, who became involved with the league when the California Whales moved to Phoenix in 1974. He then lobbied the AFA to ditch its antiquated regional model, which, in his mind, impeded the creation of national stars and kept fans under the mercy of local (or sometimes, not so local) team telecasts. Trejo continues to advise the Firebirds and the league on marketing and television matters. In the 1975 and 1978 contracts, ABC had 48 regular-season game windows: -17 Monday Night Showcase windows, one for each week of the season; -two Thanksgiving games; -29 regular season games, with doubleheaders in all but five weeks of the season. The 1981 contract extension added seven additional games to bring the total of 55. All weeks now had doubleheaders, resulting in five extra regular season windows on Sundays. Additionally, the AFA also allows a pair of Saturday games in December, after the conclusion of the college season. ABC has, since signing on with the league, presented all playoff games, as well as the All-Star Bowl. ABC's bet on football was a surefire success. The network rocketed to the top of the ratings in the late 70s and stayed there into the early 80s, during which time the 1978 three-year contract and the 1981 five-year contract were signed. It gained new affiliates, including in some small markets, and upgraded in certain large cities (Atlanta and San Diego come to mind). The league's prestige and popularity also soared, with players gaining far more national recognition than they had in the regional model era and fans able to see them regularly given that they weren't only presented with the game in their area. The 1986 extension basically holds the status quo of the 1981 contract. However, it was clear in the uncertainty around the negotiations that there was a bit of discord. ABC was faltering fairly badly in the ratings, and NBC, the top network, attempted to court the league. With time running thin, the league opted to stay with ABC, providing its affiliates some much-needed relief and certainty. However, rumors are already swirling about 1988, when the USFA begins play and the AFA's current contract now expires. As to cable, the AFA has never aired a regular-season game on cable, though media prognosticators say that may well happen beginning in the 1988-89 season, the first under the new rights plan, simply to compete with the USFA. The teams still control telecasts of preseason contests. About the only novelty in the 1986 extension is that the AFA is allowed to put two preseason games on a cable network, provided that they are blacked out in local markets. This ancillary contract was awarded to the USA network, beating out ESPN. Some speculate that, should this deal work out, USA may be in line to begin airing regular-season contests in a couple of years, especially as cable adoption increases (diminishing the league's concern that games on cable may not be a "public good"). There's also a lot of speculation as to the USFA's media path. They will need a national network, and a supplemental cable package is not out of the question for a league that will no doubt crave exposure.
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    HOLY YES! THOSE ARE THE JERSEYS THE WILD NEED
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    Odds that Dodgers outdo the 2011 Red Sox for most spectacular September collapse? Regardless, I think it's safe to say D-Backs have established themselves as the NL's "dark horse" playoff team.
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    Ziggler should definitely get at least partial blame for his current status. Unless somebody is at Gorilla Position saying "you need to go out there and be a poor man's HBK and make sure the rare offense you get looks weak and ineffective" that is. But I think he's too talented to be where he is right now. Maybe this sarcastically-entertaining gimmick they're teasing can give him a fresh coat of paint. Because the HBK/Motley Crue hybrid (Pre-)Show Stealer thing has run its course.
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    Depends on the lighting. In some images, there is significant contrast between the numbers and jersey. It may be a game-time decision, based on the ambient lighting of the field. The fact these jerseys are a one-off is irrelevant to the enforcement of the rule. I'm glad that it was enforced against a D1 school, hopefully word will pass down to other levels. Unfortunately, there's no warning when designing these using the respective brands' uniform builders. You can design yellow numbers on a white jersey, and just click "submit".
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    Yep, the game is using "primary" logos now and not the "global" logos.
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    Sweden & white nerver works, good job on the others tho
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    2C and then 1C are definitely my two favorites. I've wanted to see what the two logos would look like combined and you did a great job. Looking forward to the uniforms.
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    @b0ss pls Here's part 1. Next up is the Minnesota Wild. For them, I was inspired by their inaugural jerseys. except with cream replacing white. The home jersey features two stripes on the sleeves, hem, yoke, and socks. The away uses the same pattern, except with a lot more green. The M from the Minnesota script is used as a shoulder logo. Cream Version: C&C and requests welcome.
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    By taking credit for championships won by a different team 90 years ago .
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    That is definitely a Bulls jersey. Nobody wears teal Pistons stuff on the game. The people in the crowd on the 2K games only wear the home, away and alternates and generic shirts/hoodies sometimes bearing the 2K logo or something. On the subject of 2K, the Thunder have the new Chesapeake Energy logo on their court.
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    That rule would be an excellent start. I would add to that, with primary home and road uniforms, there should be a contrast of color between every part of the uniform that touches (jersey with pants, pants with socks) excepting when white jerseys and pants are worn together. This would effectively kill not just the leotard legs, but also the primary home monochrome, and kick start my plan for total world domination.
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    Trust me I completely agree. I think the NFL should just say sorry to the players, you have to wear real socks. It's just a lack of awareness or degree of caring. But I completely agree. If it was up to me the top half of NFL socks should not be allowed to be the same color as the pants, just as the bottom half has to be white. I'd also make high socks mandatory in baseball, so.
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    Itll look like they're playing the quickest home-and-home ever next week when Oklahoma comes to Columbus
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    I agree wholeheartedly. Fielding your position should also be a prerequisite for being in the batting order.
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    "Informed consent" will be a suitable justification once the NFL, along with other football leagues and organisations, stop fighting the truth about the impact their sport has on the mental health of their players. If a player knows the risks and plays anyway? Hey, he made his informed choice. Right now though? The NFL is leading the charge to ensure players know as little as possible.
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    Just change the pants stripe to match the helmet stripe and you're done.
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    A computer doesn-UNEXPECTED ITEM IN BAGGING AREA. A computer doe-REMOVE THIS ITEM BEFORE CONTINUING. A compu-PLEASE PLACE THE ITEM IN THE BAGGING AREA. A co-UNEXPECTED ITEM IN BAGGING AREA.
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    We reach the end with the San Francisco Giants! I love the elegance of the '70s Giants script, something that was wiped away by the overly generic '80s design. Here I've adapted an away script from the same style and opted for the late '70s "SF." For the waistband, I took the sock stripes and translated them which makes it look like a doubled up version of the classic three-stripe soutache. In figuring out the collar, I took the traditional piping but added a notch, reminiscent of some recent AS Roma designs. The look I was going for was a traditional collar, with the top button rakishly undone. I hope you've enjoyed this series as much as I've enjoyed designing it. Let me know you comments on the series on the whole and any further thoughts. Enjoy!
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    Arizona Diamondbacks today: This was tough. I wanted to do something geometric so I figured out a diamond pattern based on equilateral triangles in a pattern that created a successive diamond pattern like the back of a Western diamondback rattlesnake. For colors I've opted for a blending of classic purple with modern turquoise with a hint of gold/sand. For the road uniform I've opted for sand with a turquoise alternate. I've also thrown in a purple softball jersey with sand lettering. I've gone with collars the same color as the jersey like the old Atlanta Braves since the wide diamond pattern offers plenty of detail. C&C as always! Enjoy!
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    My last reincarnation is a jets concept based on a recycled bombers logo I made in my last concept. Jets
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    I went through several versions of the Angels. There's a lot of terrific takes on the Angels whether red and yellow from @SFGiants58 or blue and gold from @MJD7 or blue and red from @Victormrey. Those and others have done amazing work so it's a challenge not to just copy their terrific work. I really like the lower case "a" logo for the Halos (something also reflected in my Braves concept) but I decided against just going straight for the classic 70's style uniform. So instead, I opted for something that combines the current red-centric Angels with the 1972 White Sox. It's focused primarily on white and red at home with a powder blue road. I opted with metallic gold (a nod to UCLA) for the alternate jersey trim.
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    Moving onto the Swingin' A's: A lot of what I've done here is bring a lot of the touches of the Reggie Jackson era A's and put them in a more consistent box. I've opted for the gold "A's" with the white jersey and the white "A's" for the all gold road. The trim is based on two sets of three stripes on the waistband and the sleeve and one on the collar. The sanitaries switch from gold to white on the road so there isn't an overload of gold. The alternate, worn with white pants is essentially a green version of the home jersey.
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