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  1. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Sneak peak at Buckeyes alternate helmet design for the Penn State Game: Sauce Should be an interesting look. Looks like they are trying to capitalize on the gem from last year's throw backs. I'm curious to see what the pants look like. It would be nice if there was a red block O on the front.
  2. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Let's all just breathe. Relativity proves these jersey to be pretty good. Depending on what they do with the pants and helmet, it could be an interesting look.
  3. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    ...And should be unnoticeable on-field. Interesting to see what they do with the pants and helmet.
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers New Uniforms

    Is no one else seeing the tire tread pattern here (Goodyear)?
  5. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Now if they could just wear that full time. I don't mind an alternate or 2, as long as its only worn once or twice per year. But man, that helmet is great. The finish is tremendous and it contrasts so nicely with the thick, white lines of the stripe and the IU logo.
  6. 2017 NBA Offseason

    As a Cleveland fan... I'm not mad at Kyrie at all. Just wanted to put that out there.
  7. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I mean... its a tire tread right? It makes sense, right?
  8. Cleveland Cavaliers New Uniforms

    Try again.
  9. College Football Uniforms - 2017 Season

    Wait... why does Illinois kinda look like... Illinois? Something is askew here.
  10. Cleveland Browns re-do in the works for 2020?

    Cue up the gray facemask discussion for the next 5 pages.
  11. 2017 NBA Offseason

    The Cavs did ask... and it got turned down immediately. I guess you didn't bring it up. I think I saw your username and blocked out or got mixed up with someone else. My apologies.
  12. 2017 NBA Offseason

    Calm down. The only thing Boston did was expand their window by getting Kyrie (and hoping to resign him). Boston basically traded IT, Crowder, and Bradley for Hayward and Irving. I'm not sure that's that big of an upgrade. Their scoring should be up, but that's going to be about it. I love Kyrie (he is, or was, my favorite player in the league), but I don't think you are going to see much growth from Brown and Tatum with Kyrie on the floor and Hayward being the #2. It was still a great move for Boston, but it doesn't put them in the discussion with the Cavs and contending this year unless IT AND Rose both go down for the season and Love gets traded. First and foremost, Bledsoe and Jackson was never on the table, so its stupid to even bring up. Second, if you are concerned about IT's injury, then you better be MORE concerned with Bledsoe's long injury history... especially when the doctor's believe IT's hip just needed rest. That's no where near what Bledsoe has been under. It's crazy to think this trade has made the Cavs better in the long term AND the short term. There is no scoring drop off with IT, possibly even more scoring. His defense is probably worse - which is really saying something. Its a 1 year deal, which fits in the LeBron speculation. Its saves the Cavs a ton of money in tax. The Cavs also get Crowder, who is a great 3 n D guy for multiple years... which is a significant upgrade over Derrick Williams and Richard Jefferson and maybe even Iman Shumpert. They also finally get a versatile 4th big man. Throw that on top of the Nets draft pick, which, is sure to be top 5. TL;DR Its a great move by both teams.
  13. Cleveland Browns re-do in the works for 2020?

    I don't know. I'm not the most creative person nor do I have time/energy/talent to hammer out some ideas. But there are people around here who do have the time/energy/talent and have come up with good concepts. I'm not sure Paul Brown's family would approve, either, but I would at least try and mend the relationship. It should have been mended long ago, anyway. He's arguably the greatest coach of all time, AND your namesake. It should be an honor to have him as part of the organization. As I said, I think there is some room to explore a Paul Brown/Jim Brown logo... What it is, I don't know. I just think the Browns need to pick either the elf or the bulldog and stick with it. Create a wordmark/primary logo with either the elf or dog, create a secondary logo with the same subject, and then they can still incorporate the remaining elf/dog as a tertiary logo. The primary would be a more detailed representation, the secondary would be a minimalized version for replication and small spaces.
  14. Cleveland Browns re-do in the works for 2020?

    The Bears and/or Giants logos are a poor example. Those logos are iconic, they have historical backing, they have a proud tradition. The =B= has none of that... it has the exact opposite. I think the Browns can develop a true logo, whether its a dog, an elf, or mending the relationship with Paul Brown's family. I think there is even room to explore something with Paul Brown and Jim Brown. I don't have a logo I can post or a concept I created. But I've been a member of this board long enough to see plenty of logos go through here that destroy the =B= logo. In my personal opinion, the franchise is too concerned with our moronic fanbase and "doing right by them," instead of just picking and identity and sticking with it. They have made strides to that end, but just like everything else the Browns do, they find way to screw it up.
  15. Cleveland Browns re-do in the works for 2020?

    I'm not sure what to tell you, but you pretty much have this all wrong. I was saying the =B= logo was objectively terrible, somewhat tongue in cheek, somewhat sarcastic. The other member of the conversation argued that I didn't know the difference between subjective and objective. I never called anyone dense for disagreeing with my opinion on a logo. I called someone dense for thinking I didn't know the difference between objective and subjective, thus not picking up on the sarcasm in the comment. It WAS me who first used "dense" in a comment, the other member did not. Furthermore, I did not snap, in the slightest. I kept it reasonable civil, in my *subjective* opinion. Therefore, you 100% DID quote me out of context/ignorance. This should sufficiently end this portion of the conversation. Clearly, the OPINION of something is based in subjectivity... but there are also OBJECTIVE aspects of the logo that make it terrible.