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  2. Will never happen. The Clippers are more suburban than anything. EDIT: And the Lakers get to be both because that’s just how it is. Los Angeles is a Lakers and Dodgers town. Always will be. There is enough space for the Clippers to thrive, but they’ll never surpass the Lakers in any part of the city and surrounding county in terms of support.
  3. Bump for the quote from yesterday. From CBSsports.com Former OSU and Colts WR, Rep. Anthony Gonzales will also have a bill, but he wants to stay full Buckeye and will wait until after the NCAA's committee co-chaired by tOSU's AD Gene Smith presents their recommendations.
  4. Well, Baltimore's primary purple pants (debuting in 2018) — which have been paired with primary purple, road white & alternate black jerseys, respectively — contain black/white/black stripes with the gold 'B' logo inside said stripes @ each hip. Whereas the admittedly similar CR version of purple pants — which have only ever been worn with the corresponding CR jersey, and were actually introduced first, oddly enough (mainly due to mandatory 2016 birth of CR league-wide) — sport a white/gold/white striping pattern, and of course additionally include the same aforementioned 'B' emblem that is also found on all three of their other pairs. Granted, I must note that you did indeed say "essentially", so I suppose you probably didn't even mean for your statement to be taken in a literal manner anyhow. Still, I kinda felt compelled to provide clarification in regards to the minuscule differences — just in case — particularly for anyone who may not have been previously aware of those minute nuances. Then again, I genuinely doubt such a scenario applies to any fellow forum members located here, especially when considering the fact that this place is basically filled to the brim with eerily familiar likenesses comparable to ourselves: herds of hardcore uniform nerds...lol!
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  6. Yea, Issel is nearing two years on the job for a group who been at this for four. They cannot make money at the Yum! Center as the U of L's Athletic Association holds the master lease, thus the advertising and premium seat revenue streams, and has the ability to buy it outright.
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  8. I wouldn't. Not if we're talking about the organizations that signed/drafted and developed the players. Pedro signed with the Dodgers in '88 and spent 6 years/4 full seasons in the Dodger organization developing.
  9. That’s what I thought too. Maybe they’ll be forced to change before the game. Not that it matters because the other jersey options suck too. EDIT: Seeing them close up, the jerseys are more of a heather gray like those worn by my other favorite ASU team. Numbers are black. So I guess technically it would be legal, but it still sucks.
  10. I do believe those uniforms are blatantly illegal: "Numerals. The jersey must have clearly visible, permanent Arabic numerals measuring at least 8 and 10 inches in height front and back, respectively. The number must be of a colour that itself is clearly in distinct contrast with the colour of the jersey, irrespective of any border around the number."
  11. Kyle Allen's merely a stopgap until Cam returns and clowns on the league like he did in 2015 (and 2018 until he got injured). Rumors are he'll be ready for our next game against the 49ers but I'd rather he be 100%. If he is and McCaffrey keeps playing like he has been, the Panthers are Super Bowl contenders easy.
  12. In all seriousness, Sacramento might not be the only possibility in California for the Bengals. I have read multiple reports that state that the 35,000-or-so-seat football stadium that San Diego State University wants to build on the site of the Chargers' former stadium would be able to be expanded to 50,000 seats to accommodate an NFL tenant (although, unfortunately for the San Diego area, such a capacity would be at at least 20,000 too few seats to make the venue eligible to host a Super Bowl under current NFL criteria). The thought of the Bengals moving to San Diego before the Chargers could return there is hilarious to me. I am already picturing fans of a San Diego Bengals team attending a game being played against a still-Los Angeles Chargers franchise and chanting "Who are the Bungles now?"
  13. Arkansas State is debuting new uniforms tonight. I guess they wanted to look as bad as the defense plays.
  14. I'd love to see Louisville in the NBA, I think that it would work great. Personally, my choice for expansion alongside Seattle is Vancouver (moving Minnesota to the East), but adding teams in the PNW at the same time might not be the best idea. I'm pretty sure that Charlotte will be the next MLS city. I don't see any of the other potential contenders as nearly as good a bid as one that's funded by a billionaire owner with a stadium plan already in place (even if that doesn't include a SSS) that fills a geographical gap in the league with strong support from local fans and businesses. It's more a matter of when will the team play, although I don't want to jinx myself. I think that any Charlotte would be closer to Atlanta than Dallas (although I'm biased) simply because of the stadium, which would be downtown and not in a suburb. It really helps get people excited for a game if they can hear the fans from their apartments while watching the game on TV, you know?
  15. That Knights logo is absolutely terrifying!
  16. Kyle Allen looks to be the future there in Carolina. If he can develop further and you have McCaffrey continue to play like he has......it will be scary for the rest of the league.
  17. Dan Issel is involved in trying to get an NBA expansion team to Louisville: https://www.kentucky.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/mark-story/article234806622.html I don't know about that. If Louisville ever becomes a major league city, I would think it will be when MLS decides to expand to 40. With Sacramento likely to be announced on Monday, Charlotte could be next if Tepper gets his ducks in a row. Now if Tepper does get his MLS team, will he be like Arthur Blank and have a winning and successful team that sells out every home game? Or will it be like Clark Hunt in FC Dallas, where nobody cares? I would think that Tepper will want to be more like Blank than Hunt in regards to MLS.
  18. Exactly what's wrong with it. Stripes should match stripes, less so numerals. Pant stripe should be red only, no white outlines. May as well have one numeral outlined next to a non-outlined numeral. Poorly designed.
  19. I like it though i’d ditch the blue outline on the white version. I get the consistency sake, but still much prefer without it.
  20. @nationals Make it happen you cowards.
  21. When the Nats win the World Series and the Panthers win the Super Bowl, we'll see the first time for all 4 (I'm only slightly kidding).
  22. I always felt like the NBA was just waiting for Seattle to get a stadium deal done to expand, since it's like 99.99999% a lock that the Sonics would be team 31. All the NBA would need to do is find a second city/ownership group and with all the money in the NBA right now, I'm sure there are plenty of people that would jump at that chance. The MLB needs to figure out its attendance before it even considers expanding (although that's not to say they won't make the boneheaded move and expand to 32 soon). I'm of the mind that the NBA could expand to 36 if it really wanting to (6 divisions of 6, nice and even) and that it's the only Big 4 that could do so (the MLS could feasibly expand to even more than that, but they seem to be slowing down).
  23. His death led the evening local news and the top of the fold for the Tampa Bay Times, but it was somewhat of a "meh" reaction since there are fewer people around/alive in the area who remember his ownership, less his attempts to even get a franchise. 85% of those in media, especially radio/TV where not living in Tampa Bay at the time
  24. wow, do we really have the 2nd most Hall of Famers during that time period? crazy to even think about.
  25. No, No! Sacramento already lost a chance at the Raiders in the 90s. That was your only shot. No more chances.
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