MJWalker45

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  1. Burnley knocked off in the 89th minute by 5th Division team nicknamed the Imps! I love FA Cup football.
  2. They use a pitch clock in the minors. It's actually pretty effective in AA. Not sure we'll see it in the majors.
  3. It's the flash and material differences.
  4. That's an old pic.
  5. hettinger_rl

    Probably a tie-in to the name Hoosiers which ,based on one legend, came from neighbors on nearby farms shouting, "Who's there?" Due to distance and such it came to the listeners ears as "Hoosiers!!!"
  6. So we could see both a black and gold kit!?!?!?!?!?!?! That "For Columbus" kit is proof that three kits is ideal for this league. Not sure if adidas didn't want to keep doing it or MLS didn't but it needed to happen when teams like Portland use two dark color uniforms.
  7. OK! I just remember a couple articles discussing it as gratuitous. Then again they also say that about a lot of the scenes in that book.
  8. When they get one jersey wordmark right then totally flip the other one! Granted Texas is the "local" team but the Indians have never had a white wordmark with the current Indians design outside of fan jerseys that weren't navy blue.
  9. I would probably add more of the Alamo to the logo. Right now it's pretty long because there's not much height to the main logo.
  10. It is if you're interested in showing samples. Seattle's about 4 hours north by car so it's a day trip to see them, Vancouver and San Jose are about 6 hours.
  11. Maybe the developer decided it would be too close to each other.
  12. It's a branding thing. The Football League has required that teams all use similar numbers to make it easier to read them on TV. That's why the AFL (Australian Rules) has stuck with their font for over 30 years. When Coca Cola took over sponsorship of the Football League they decided to make a new font that shows off that line below Coca-Cola since they couldn't place their name on them. I like the EPL's current font but since they may gain a sponsor shortly I wouldn't be surprised to see something a bit more gaudy. As far as these, you may need to add an outline for when the numbers are placed over stripes.
  13. I think spring games will be used more to show off new design ideas. Especially for teams switching manufacturers.
  14. I'm holding out hope that since next year is the World Cup we'll see whose distinct country designs that we've seen before. Adidas has done the same thing nike is doing now, to include colors that don't belong (black for Mexico). They always seem to run the first cycle to show off the certain areas of the kit, then from there they allow more design specifics to occur. Look at the 2006 kits. They have maybe two different collars and the rest of the uniform is the same, save the shirt designs. The same was true for 2014 as well. The biggest issue for the US is that they can't use, more accurately refuse to use, the same colors and shirt design basics year after year.
  15. That's because they don't have specific cup uniforms for all of those teams since it's not the same team playing every year. The only year this was available was when EA made a Champions League game. It only used teams that played in the Champions League that year and had their league and Champions League uniforms. Since PES has exclusive rights to the Champions League, FIFA17 can't use those logos anyways.