RichO

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  1. I love the combo of Paint and what has to be the least gear/uniform intensive sport possible.I love the Bear logo and the ball/skull for the Pirates. That Chicago shield is interesting because I don't think I've ever seen the municipal device anywhere but in a circle.
  2. PyeongChang 2018

    This thinking only works if you think the other sports don't exist outside the Olympics. Those "athletes you don't see everyday" are doing it year in, year out, and the people that follow those sports know it. So actually having top pros in the Olympics in hockey or basketball is consistent with what you see in every other sport. But yeah, treat Allyson Felix, a legend in American track and highly decorated speed skater Shani Davis like novelty acts..
  3. NCAA Division I FCS Concept Uniforms

    The sublimated sleeve cap is definitely a strong move for taking things that would be a bit much (like BCU) and giving them subtlety that makes it work. That's why I like the honeycomb gradient as well- it plays as subtle. Not sure how well it would translate to real world application, but it has potential. Really dug the whole Ivy League- not sure how I feel about Harvard in black but I know it's a thing they do. And really appreciate trying to find a way to get Princeton a suitable number of stripes on a modern jersey- looking through a GIS for Princeton football, that looks like a constant struggle.
  4. College Football uniforms- 2018

    Seems like a good time to remember: Pictures posted by recruits are at least 99% not new uniforms, even if you don't remember them.
  5. Fatbacks does flow better. The downside is lack of staying power- they'll just change the name in a few years when the food name trend is over and merch isn't moving as well.
  6. MLB changes 2018?

    I say this so rarely but that Rays mashup/fauxback/whateveryouwannacallit hat, I want that hat.
  7. Sports League Branding Hypothetical

    Playing into the letter salad of other leagues does me no good if I'm trying to plant a flag for my sport, and unlike starting a league in the shadow of an existing league, I don't need to link to those naming conventions. I'm staking out new ground so I'd go with a name that forces people to say the name of the sport. Something like Fistball America.
  8. And never made a bit of sense to begin with, depicting a Plains Indian.
  9. Say it ain't so, Joe

    You'd think the Governor or Legislature could either outright remove or at least call for their resignation and have a lot of weight.
  10. Olympics question

    Sort of. There will be a lot of "Olympic Athletes from Russia" participating. The "ban" is pretty flimsy.
  11. MLB changes 2018?

    It's much more within the family of old english font D's, which makes it feel more familiar and probably why I liked it better. The hat logo is more stylized and more distinct to the Tigers, which I guess is a point in its favor.
  12. Leeds United New Crest

    Guess this one's headed for the "unused logo" thread pretty fast.
  13. MLB changes 2018?

    Please be a giant terrifying anthropomorphic peach
  14. NBA Changes 2017-18

    My brain, trained by the 90s, kind of expects All Star jerseys to be terrible. So in that context, this wouldn't be that bad.
  15. same name, same team, same number

    Reliving a foolish mistake I made on these boards last year- Rasheed and Ben Wallace #30 for the Bullets.