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  1. Players in the "wrong" uniforms

    I apologize if this has been used before, but here's Richard Jefferson as a member of the Utah Jazz:
  2. College Football Uniforms - 2016 Season

    Houston vs. SDSU is color-vs-color. White/Red/Red for the Cougars, Red/Black/Black for the Aztecs. I dig it, mostly because I dig the identities of both teams.
  3. College Football Uniforms - 2016 Season

    Wouldn't you know it showed up in a promo not even ten minutes later? I don't know how I feel about them wearing alternates during a rivalry game THIS big.
  4. College Football Uniforms - 2016 Season

    On the wonderful 5-hour College Gameday, I believe they do not have Ohio State's helmet on the set. Instead, they have a plain gray helmet that is a few shades darker than OSU's.
  5. Unpopular Opinions

    I'm in the boat that says more color combos and uniform choices is good. It's more money in the teams' pockets, and if done right can give a really cool and uniquely defined identity to a team. Some combos don't work and shouldn't be used (ex. just because a team has a white helmet, red jersey and black pants doesn't mean they should be used together ... or, for instance, the Reds don't need to bust out a black jersey just because black is used in their logo), but I'm a firm believer in "more is more" when it comes to teams' identities (ex. Colorado football in 2015, with 4 helmets, 4 jerseys and 4 pants making it work). I'm also a fan of the concept of Color Rush uniforms but the execution on some of them (Miami, Chicago) is either lazy or unappealing.
  6. NBA Changes 2015-16 Season

    I think we can all agree that the NBA has the worst collective set of identities out of all the four major sports leagues in America. This coming from a guy who watches the NBA more than any other league. My eyes are shot.
  7. Hope I'm not detracting from the thread by doing this.... I've been lurking through the whole series and enjoying the "what-if" matchups and everyone's write-up scenarios on the games. I'm big into analyzing stats so I put together my winners in Excel and came out with these Super Bowl W-L records: (don't take my picks too harshly) Kinda interesting seeing San Fran and Oakland with the most Super Bowl rings. Thanks for doing this!
  8. Unused Logos and Uniforms

    If it was used back in '05 I woulda said that is somewhat similar to the Sonics design. If it were unveiled tomorrow I'd welcome it with open arms over what they use now.
  9. NBA Project 32 - Timberwolves Update

    I didn't know this was the color scheme I wanted the Thunder to have until you used it. Fantastic job with that. I agree with the two above, however, while the uniforms do fit the logos it feels too "90s" and that could be good, but it would stick out in your primarily-modern-designed league, and not in a good way.
  10. Unpopular Opinions

    I love every uniform Kevin W. hates. Seriously. I love Oregon's uniforms and outlandish designs. I believe there are only a handful of schools (Penn State, Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas, etc.) that should have traditional uniforms.
  11. Unpopular Opinions

    Agreed, I usually hate it when uniforms don't match, but these and the Jaguars black/teal/white look are pretty good.
  12. Unpopular Opinions

    - I love the brown/yellow Padres color scheme. - The Seahawks lime green, Bucs creamsicles, and Texans blood clot unis are great. - BFBS is alright in my book (love you guys too ) - I can't stand when football teams don't match either helmet/jersey, helmet/pants, or jersey/pants. I hate teams with mismatching uniforms (Ex. Broncos orange jerseys) - I'm a firm believer that even tradition needs an update, such as the Yankees, Red Sox, Penn State, etc. (did I mention that I love you guys?) - Two tones of the same base color in a color scheme (ex. the Grizzlies two-tone blue) are amazing (but not the Chargers navy/powder paired with gold)
  13. The Pointless Realignment Outpost

    I've had a crazy idea for a NCAA realignment. It involves an "FBS-like" idea throughout the major college sports. It involves four 24-team conferences, separated into four 6-team divisions. Here is the alignment for football (basketball and other sports have a few teams swapped here and there): Northeast Conference North Division Army - Boston College - Connecticut - Navy - Penn State - Syracuse South Division Louisville - Kentucky - Maryland - Virginia - Virginia Tech - West Virginia East Division Cincinnati - Notre Dame - Pittsburgh - Purdue - Rutgers - Villanova West Division Illinois - Indiana - Michigan - Michigan State - Northwestern - Ohio State Northwest Conference North Division Iowa - Iowa State - Minnesota - Washington - Washington State - Wisconsin South Division BYU - Kansas - Kansas State - Nebraska - Utah - Utah State East Division Boise State - Fresno State - Idaho - Missouri - Nevada - UNLV West Division California - Colorado - Colorado State - Oregon - Oregon State - Stanford Southeast Conference North Division Clemson - Duke - NC State - North Carolina - South Carolina - Wake Forest South Division Central Florida - Florida - Florida International - Florida State - Miami - Sout Florida East Division Georgia - Georgia Tech - Mississippi State - Ole Miss - Tennessee - Vanderbilt West Division Alabama - Arkansas - Auburn - LSU - Marshall - UAB Southwest Division North Division Air Force - Baylor - Oklahoma - Oklahoma State - Tulsa - Wyoming South Division New Mexico - New Mexico State - San Diego State - Texas - Texas A&M - Texas Tech East Division Houston - Louisiana Tech - Rice - SMU - TCU - UTEP West Division Arizona - Arizona State - Hawaii - San Jose State - UCLA - USC A few bugs to be worked out, but it's alright. Each team plays all division opponents once a season. For playoffs, the top 4 teams in each division (first by overall record, then division record, then head-to-head) make bowl games. The division winner makes one of (now) 8 BCS Bowls, and the rest make non-BCS bowls. All BCS bowls are between 1/1 - 1/8. Non-BCS Bowls are 3-a-day from 12/23 - 12/31 (no games on 12/25). The bottom two teams in each division play another non-qualifier from another division in a "Non-Bowl" game.
  14. Loving Bill Simmon's book