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  1. Really like what you’ve done here with New Orleans. The “NO” interlocking logo is fantastic. I still like the idea of incorporating some green in there, even in just a small dose. I just think it needs something to set it apart from LSU or local high school St. Augustine which is very well known in the state. I’m also glad to see that you were able to come up with a design very different from my own New Orleans Crescents concept (used in fantasy baseball on here). Just goes to show how much different peoples’ interpretations of the same name can be. Again, nicely done.
  2. I like it. Really digging that secondary anchor logo with the space needle worked in. Nicely done.
  3. Just seeing this....not sure how I missed it. Some really great stuff was produced this year. Well done, everyone!
  4. Progression of championship rings for LSU (1958, 2003, 2007, 2019).
  5. Good start. I, too, really like the large “G” on the Golden Gate badge. Am I the only one that feels like the bridge element to the badge seems completely disconnected from the rest of the logo though? If just seems placed above the crest rather than being incorporated as part of the crest.
  6. Montana has a great look, but I REALLY miss their unique color scheme they had when they rose to prominence.
  7. I think some kind of motion lines may help. Looking at it, the tail feels a bit odd in the rendering of the jet. I’d suggest tweaking that a bit. The color scheme is fine. I see no reason why not to go with black and gray. Lastly, the secondary logo with the arch is a bit confusing. I think the black line in the middle is cluttering it up quite a bit. Then the bottom of each leg with the text in front is also a bit cluttered. I understand that the intent is to illustrate the triangular shape of the legs, but maybe there’s a better way to do that.
  8. As someone who's worked on his own heron logo, I can appreciate the difficulty in creating one. The head is really nice. I think the neck could use a little refinement to the angle and thickness. I think it tapers a bit too quickly.
  9. Sad, but true. The pattern doesn't bother me much. The collar is OK, but the shoulders/sleeves and lightning bolts suuuuuuuck. I, too, like that gray kit save for the centered swoosh and crest. Why??
  10. I'm completely ecstatic about the logo change back to the modified original. Can't wait to get my hands on some merchandise. Also a big fan of the return to use of the pavilion logos...although the new ones feel a bit out of place for the most part.
  11. I really dig the Houston and NY logos.
  12. Love the move. Navy and gold are a really boring combination, sports-wise.
  13. I could have gotten behind Saints Color Rush unis vs Rams throwbacks....but damn do I hate the black-on-black.
  14. Looks great. The one thing that stands out to me is the baseball. It just seems forced on top of the anchor and could use some reworking to have it better integrated, IMO.
  15. Looks like the black colleges website lifted the tiger head logo they're using on the Grambling State shirts right from Tin Roof Brewing's Bayou Bengal beer.
  16. Nicholls State (FCS) locked up the Southland Conference auto-bid tonight by demolishing rival Southeastern Louisiana 44-0.
  17. So a local young professionals group decided that an unincorporated suburb of New Orleans needed a flag. The Jefferson Chamber Young Professionals unveiled their flag for Metairie - an unincorporated area on the east bank of the Mississippi River in Jefferson Parish (county for everyone else int he country). From the linked article below: http://www.fox8live.com/2018/10/03/jefferson-parish-unveils-new-metairie-flag/
  18. The helmet is easily the least offensive element of the uniform. My comment was aimed specifically at the school's insistence on trying to shoehorn black/gray into their uniform rotation.
  19. So, so, soooooooooooooooooo bad. Why do they insist on ruining such a great look??
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