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  1. MLB changes 2018?

    The DC logo was fine, but the curly W makes for a very nice pretzel.
  2. MLB changes 2018?

    I like the Nationals current look besides the number font. The number font is a bit bulky and was more suited for their original look. I think that the curly W and cursive scripts fit them much better than the dated looking wordmarks they had originally.
  3. Opinion: Too many teams with red and blue

    That's a fair point, but the Packers and 49ers also have white helmet stripes so at the very least those should be considered teams that use white in their uniforms.
  4. Opinion: Too many teams with red and blue

    White isn't a requirement for your helmet logo, though. The Raiders, Packers, Chiefs and 49ers all use plenty of white in their helmet logo.
  5. I watched some of the presentation, and the Jags seemed to focus on London and how they were behind other teams in revenue. It sounded like a franchise that wanted to make more money and the common thinking in sports has often been that black merchandise sells better. For that reason, I suspect they made black their primary. The fans who like teal will have that option available, but I think they feel their data suggests they can monetize black jerseys better.
  6. I may be a bit juvenile, but that screenshot spelling out Tit is amusing.
  7. same name, same team, same number

    Up for that challenge. I posted the fronts, but here are the backs of Gary Harris (left) and Eron Harris (right) who both wore #14 for the Spartans.
  8. same name, same team, same number

    Gary Harris, #14 Michigan State Eron Harris, #14 Michigan State
  9. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I'm guessing they'll be gray.
  10. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Is it really that bad? Alabama has been named the AP and/or Coaches poll champion in 12 seasons. I'd say any time either the AP or the Coaches poll gives you a national championship, then those 12 are legit. I mean if they aren't then Nebraska's 1997 title would be in doubt, and I know you don't think that. So besides those 12 AP and/or Coaches championships, Alabama claims five more, four of which pre-date the AP and Coaches polls. Let's look at the four seasons they claim prior to the polls being invented. In three of them they went 10-0 and won the Rose Bowl. In the other they went 9-0-1 and tied the Rose Bowl. I'd say those four claims look legit. The one they do claim that is probably an issue is 1941 when they went 9-2. So they claim 17 when they probably should only claim 16. Not that bad really.
  11. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I'm surprised the Pistons and Nike don't embrace a black alternate with the skull and crossbones for the Pistons. The bland navy and Motor City stuff is uninspiring. I think the Pistons were the league leaders in apparel sales (or close to the top) when they embraced the skull and crossbones. Something similar to this with a Swoosh would sell like crazy.
  12. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Can't Nike schools wear Jordan shoes anyway? I've seen Michigan State basketball players wear Jordan shoes throughout the years. Draymond Green: Kalin Lucas:
  13. Agreed. Plus even though the Jaguars and Dolphins share a state, Jacksonville and Miami are about 350 miles away from each other and those regions of Florida differ in many ways. Each of those teams should cater to what their fans want and if more teal is what Jags fans want, then who cares if a team a 5-hour drive away wears teal?
  14. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    And I thought it was wrong then, too just like when MLB added the batterman logo to the back of the jerseys around 2000 or whenever exactly it was. It made more sense to have the batterman logo once Majestic took over the league-wide uniform contract sometime after that, but giving the league/conference such prominence on a jersey when it isn't handling a team's apparel deal seems like a bad deal for the teams themselves. To me it's leagues/conferences forcing the teams to advertise for them when the league/conference didn't negotiate the apparel deal on their behalf, and I don't like the forced advertisement.
  15. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    I don't mind the team logo, team name or even the manufacturer logo, but I'm not a fan of college conferences putting their logos on school uniforms. I look at it this way. In the pros, the league actually has a reason to have their logo on the gear since they have league-wide uniform contracts. In the Big 12 and other major college conferences, individual schools negotiate their uniform contracts independently of their conference, so I don't think the conference logo deserves that sort of prominence on the jersey.