BJ Sands

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About BJ Sands

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  • Birthday 07/26/1985

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  1. Oregon is wearing school colors. WTF?!?!
  2. Looking forward to it, especially after your Oregon and Arizona concepts.
  3. I wonder if the Falcons are changing. Their Color Rush is generic, not a throwback and pretty unconnected to their current set, and they're moving into a new stadium. Wouldn't be a surprise if they changed.
  4. What about basing the Stanford set on the Plunkett-era uniforms of the early 70s? Would be simple and dignified but have some striping and not look as much like Wisconsin or Nebraska.;_ylt=A0LEVveJovtXw1AAdisnnIlQ?p=jim+plunkett+stanford&fr=yhs-mozilla-002&fr2=piv-web&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-002
  5. A smiling, red-faced cartoon/caricature of a Native American isn't racist? You need to relearn history. I think some people on this board are trapped in a bubble where they can't see how a logo is actually perceived beyond how its design is executed. This seems like one of those times.
  6. I also wish they had a name and logo that isn't an embarrassment.
  7. That was actually their Sunday alternate that season. Worn a few times by a wholly unmemorable team.
  8. The White Sox did throwback to it in 2001.
  9. The Astros did in 2005 for Game 2. Wow. That's fascinating. I would love to know the story behind this.
  10. According to Madden, the Bills have alternate Color Rush white socks with striping that mimics the white jersey. I've used those with the white jersey and both the white and blue pants and it really ties their look together.
  11. UA did really great work with Northwestern, especially when NU sticks with the purple or white helmets. Today was real sharp.
  12. Are the Color Rush pants stripes wider than the normal pants? We know that was true with the Pats, and to me it looks like it could be with the Dolphins and Bengals.