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About raysox

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  • Birthday 05/10/1994

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  1. Super Bowl Shuffle

    Yeah just let me know you're in before you submit
  2. Super Bowl LI

    Bid logo, it's the logo that Minnesota bid under. You can find them for all the recent Super Bowls.
  3. Green leaf, red text. Good luck Chris!
  4. Super Bowl Shuffle

    Post in the thread that you're signing up for it so I can get a head count. There's no penalty for not submitting a logo, as not earning points in one of the rounds is enough.
  5. New Premier League logo

    According to historicalkits.co.uk, no team in the top 4 leagues. The closest you'll get is a claret color used by a handful of teams.
  6. New Premier League logo

    Yeah, probably figured it'd be hard to clash with, no matter what color it was on.   Related, this set may be one of my favorite EPL sets ever
  7. 2015-16 NASCAR OFF-SEASON

    Essentially. Think of it as the NFL having franchises, and not just a random assortment of teams that play every season. If an owner wants to sell his team, then they'll make a profit on their investment. It insures the 36 teams a spot every year. If a team like HScott starts tanking, they can sell their two guaranteed grid spots, and have something to pocket.
  8. New Premier League logo

    You know what color is connected to regality? Purple. I'd imagine that's why they went there.   As for the ball, a lion head would do. The premier league script seems out of place.
  9. 2015-16 NASCAR OFF-SEASON

    Ah okay I didn't know that, I figured it was just buy ins and not grandfathered.
  10. Miami SC/96 : Major League Soccer Team

    Love this version. What would the right one look like with an inverted soccer ball? A green circle(with no break from the palm fronds) dark panels, and the current green panels now the sand color.   I wasn't feeling the original, but I could see this turning out nicely. Good work!
  11. Joined in December 2008, but most likely happened in 2009
  12. 2015-16 NASCAR OFF-SEASON

    I love this. I feel like it'll make the sport much better in the long run. Shame the 21 couldn't get a spot over, like, the 95
  13. North American Pro Soccer 2016

    Yeah but check this virtual Mercedez Benz Stadium to see views from all over http://atlutd.io-media.com/web/index.html#/
  14. Super Bowl Shuffle

    Well thank you for volunteering! I know how I can use your help if I need it.   So a break down of points. First, the Super Bowl specific voting is like the one we've done so many times. You're ranking your top 3. First place gets 5, second gets 3, third gets 1. This lets us determine the points people earn in each logo round. Since there is two or three years in the first four rounds, it needs to correspond to a different calculation, ensuring someone doesn't get screwed when 23 people submit to theirs, and only 12 people submit for a rival's, making the talent pool a little bit lighter.   So like I mentioned before, we will rank the final results after a week of voting using the best top 10 points system I can think of, the current F1 system.   1st - 25 2nd - 18 3rd - 15 4th - 12 5th - 10 6th - 8 7th - 6 8th - 4 9th - 2 10th - 1   This will be the same for all the rounds except the last one, which is a single logo free-for-all double point round.. I'm all about transparency, so like I've done in the past, I made a spreadsheet to track scores. Anyone can access this at any time, and it will be updated when I get a chance to see the thread.   Now, since I'm running it, I'm not going to vote for anyone. Obviously, you can't vote for yourself. I would like to enter some rounds because I want to learn illustrator. This shouldn't be a problem, unless it passes a series of tiebreakers. I've decided that the tie breaker will be first place votes, then second, then third. If two entrees in the voting have the same exact totals in all 3 spots, I will break the tie with a head to head pick by me. Hypotherically, if I'm in one of these situations, then @derschwigg can cast his vote.   Any questions? I set up my rarely used gmail on my phone, so that will be how you submit. I don't want to overload my PM's on here.
  15. Related, but US Rugby is in a Six Nations like tournament with teams from the Americas. The USA home games are in Houston(BBVA Compass Stadium), the Austin area (Round Rock Express' stadium), and Ft. Lauderdale (Lockhart Stadium).   I could see maybe Houston on the short list. They drew 10k last Saturday against Argentina(who is really good at rugby).