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Hello everyone, I'm having a little lack of creativity in my NFL Redesign thread, and I needed something to take my mind off of that. (http://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/98633-okc-outlaws-vote-2014-nfl-concept-expansion-series/) & also I just turned in my World Cup concept for @raysox's thread, so I had some time on my hands. Normally I wouldn't post this on here, but I've seen a couple threads with art like this recently, and I thought why not? So this is something I just thought of, a Johnny Manziel Heisman trophy. I'm thinking about doing this for other winners, recent & old, but at the requests of you guys. I think it came out pretty decent, but I would love some C&C from you guys on how I could improve this before I start some other ones. Without further-a-do, Johnny Football: Origianal pic - http://cdn.spundge.com/stories/11143/embedded/ enjoy!
Old Main posted a topic in Sports LogosI think this is a great website... I just discovered it yesterday. This is my very first post. There are a bunch of Aggies trying to get rid of our stupid beveled logo. We have been complaining about it for years. Overall probably two-thirds of Aggies don't like the Bevel and it is our primary logo! I would appreciate any ideas, opinions, or advice. The NCAA has banned beveled numbers, so at least that will be gone. The Classic Block aTm logo is still on the helmet (and has been on the helmet since 1965). The Texas A&M Student Senate signed a Debevelization Representation Bill and is adding a vote on the Bevel to the Fall 2013 Student Body Elections. Here is a thread on the Bevel (posted on TexAgs.com April 13, 2013) with almost 700 replies. http://texags.com/main/forum.reply.asp?forum_id=5&topic_id=2295921&page=1&msg_id=35381370 Here is a website where you can download the pdf letter and submit comments... http://nobevel.com Below is the letter I sent to the administration. I posted the first 10 pages (the website won't allow me to post all 15 pages), but you can read the entire letter at NoBevel.com.