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  1. MLB changes 2018?

    It's sort of the baseball version of this Wizards jersey.
  2. Uniform Elements

    It seems to me that the more timeless designs have the letters and numbers match. However, that's certainly not a hard and fast rule (and I'm sure I'm forgetting an obvious exception).
  3. Thanks. I keep forgetting that. I'm almost as old as the Super Bowl, so I'm starting to slip.
  4. A quote from the article -- Why do people keep saying this?
  5. Uniform Elements

    My thoughts -- Home -- Gold letters/numbers outlined in blue Blue -- White letters/numbers outlined in gold (though gold outlined in white would also look good). Gold Alt -- White letters/numbers outlined in blue (like old school Wake Forest (below), but with the blue replacing the black). I think one-color letters and numbers will look too plain, particularly if the design is fairly simple as someone said above. I understand the idea that white numbers outlined in gold could look distorted, but I don't see that as a major problem. The letters are going to have to be thin anyway to fit "New Summerfield" on the jersey. In terms of the lettering, I think the best option is a think vertically arched wordmark with "New Summerfield" on one line/level. That said, it might be hard to mark that work with 14 letters and a space. I've always loved the North Carolina style (below), but "New" is probably a little to short to make it work.
  6. 2017 NFL Season

    I was thinking the same thing. They collapsed quite nicely (depending on one's perspective). How much did you have to drink last night?
  7. Ummm . . . OFF TOPIC: To show how times have changed, looking at the attire of the fans in the second picture gives you no clue about where the game took place.
  8. Jacksonville Jaguars rumored for new uniforms in 2018

    Well, they certainly didn't succeed.
  9. Other Soft Drink Brand Logos

    I'm not sure how big the market is. It's bottled in New York, but I can buy it just about anywhere in the Baltimore area.
  10. Grrrrrr. Lafayette also did nothing offensively in the second half. Their only points were on the kickoff return. That said, Lafayette was more competitive than I expected this season (at least in the conference), especially considering the offense struggled most of the season. I think my boys are moving in the right direction. As for the playoffs, Lehigh's defense may have looked good in the second half, but I think that was more of a reflection of Lafayette's offense. The fact that they allowed 24 points in the first half (and it could/should have been 27 or 31) doesn't bode well for Lehigh.
  11. Massachusetts Pirates - National Arena League

    Just thought of this . . . Is the P-sword reversed on the other side of the helmet? If so, it's just a sword on that side.
  12. Massachusetts Pirates - National Arena League

    I'm not usually a fan of using the second letter in an initial/monogram logo. However, I will make an exception in this case. That is a beautiful logo. If the Steelers ever change their name back to the Pirates . . .
  13. Jacksonville Jaguars rumored for new uniforms in 2018

    The biggest problem with the Jaguars using the original logo as a throwback would be that the original logo and the current logo aren't dramatically different. In the simplest terms, they are both profiles (more or less) of a spotted cat. Making substantial use of throwback logos works much better when they are significantly different from the current logo, like Pat Patriot and Bucco Bruce.