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GeauxColonels

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  1. My assumption is that it reads "TECH"....but I'm not certain on that.
  2. Overall, I wasn't much of a fan of the promotion. But, I'm glad that I was able to add all of these goodies to my closet:
  3. They did at one point....but I thought that deal ended. EDIT: They did, back in 2010 http://www.oregonlive.com/sports/index.ssf/2010/03/disney_uo_mascot_part_ways.html
  4. That's my reaction as well. I generally don't care for the off-colored side panels/pit stains. I will say that I expected something WAY more outside the box given all of the rhetoric that had gone around regarding the update. At first glance, though, not THAT bad.
  5. Agreed. Two great logos again.
  6. I would agree with this. Something like the old Tottenham Hotspur monogram may work better.
  7. Is it clear, though? It's possible there could have just been some time horizon they needed to reach before changing the channel's name. But the point is well-taken, we really don't know what terms were involved with the whole Family Channel thing.
  8. Has no one else looked at this and thought they were looking at a Western Michigan uniform?
  9. There were several Shoney's open in the Gatlinburg / Pigeon Forge area of TN last week while i was up there on vacation with the family. I hadn't seen an open Shoney's in YEARS.
  10. Nice work. What would it look like without the white highlights on the face? I feel that they're more of a distraction vs actually adding depth to the image.
  11. Nice start. I think this logo needs some work. Specifically, the mess of trees between the bear head and wordmark. It doesn't fit with the rest of the logo and would probably look pretty bad when reduced in size. Figure out a better way to get the logo and wordmark to mesh together.
  12. Nightowls was actually one of the "finalists" when the minor league baseball team was rebranded last year. People made that very same comment then....although "NoNos" would have been fantastic when speaking of a baseball team.
  13. Interesting concept here. i think you're off to a very good start and that the monotone league logo is fine. For Philly, the only critique I have is that the volleyball acting as the bell clapper is too low. I think it needs to be raised up more into the bell for better accuracy. For New Orleans, the updates you've done are all improvements. The eyes of the owl are a bit distracting with what I can only assume is an attempt to make them look blood-shot with the lines in the whites? Also, I agree with previous comments that the TV logo may be a bit outdated. Honestly, I don't think it really fits in with the rest of the identity. I would suggest something that alludes more to the city's nightlife as an alternative. Sacramento is solid.
  14. Yeah, there's a company out there that creates nothing but sexually-suggestive sports logos for fictional teams. I can't recall the name of the company though.
  15. It's OK, a bit generic, IMO. I agree on the odd choices with the blue stroke around "XFL"...it looks unfinished.
  16. Agreed. I think the size of all of the numerals should be the same. Changing the height of those in the middle signify that they're less important.
  17. I was very tempted to buy one when I saw that they were selling them.
  18. If these 2 mockups for Spurs are accurate, looks like Nike's making it really easy on my checking account in 2018 too.
  19. i was thinking the same thing. Definitely has a retro vibe to it, but it works.
  20. I really dislike chrome gold lids. The mirrored effect washes out the gold color of the shells. I thought Purdue looked pretty bad last night.
  21. Here's a small photo gallery from NOLA.com showing them prepping the field for the Sugar Bowl game. Looks like the endzones will remain green with colored wordmarks for Clemson and Alabama.
  22. The Bears' sleeves was the first thing that came to mind when I saw this thread:
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