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  1. But the city of Seattle still owns the rights to the Supersonics identity whereas the Oilers identity belongs to the Titans. The Thunder don't claim the Supersonics history. They are an "expansion" team.
  2. Fuskies being Fuskies lol Nah that was an April Fool's joke from a few years ago
  3. Glad I wasn't the only one! lol
  4. I bleed green and yellow but have always been a fan of Marquette solely because of their colors. Specifically the Jimmy Butler set of uniforms was so gorgeous on my eyes I just couldn't even help myself and ended up buying the powder blue shorts. I LOVE the striping pattern and all of the colors together make for a beautifully balanced uniform. I can't say I'm still a fan of their latest iteration though.
  5. Isn't NASCAR the official sport of the state of West Virginia though?
  6. For some reason, even to this day, when I look at the Texans logo I do not see it as a steer with its head down charging to the right but rather an abstract steer head with a really sloped nose facing the left with a star in the middle of its forehead
  7. While I agree that our colors never should have been muddied up, Nike's take over of Oregon's branding was strategic. The goal was to put Oregon at the forefront of innovation. The only tradition Oregon had was being mediocre. I love the throwbacks as much as the next guy, but I wouldn't trade our rise to prominence for an aesthetic.
  8. Nahhh, it's still gonna be Safeco to everyone in the Northwest
  9. Wouldn't be shocked to see the Civil War be a color v color match up. With how bad the Ducks have been on the road I wouldn't be surprised to see the "white jerseys are cursed" crowd start to appear. Regardless, the Civil War should always be color v color
  10. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em
  11. Didn't think I'd be bringing the same nostalgia as someone else to this thread! I was going to post this exact set, because for me, that is the earliest memory I have of watching Oregon football at Autzen Stadium. I was about 10 years old when I finally started to understand the game and could fully enjoy the experience. One of my most vivid memories with this jersey set was watching Maurice Morris in the 2001 Fiesta Bowl vs. Colorado. He was hit in such a way he was able to roll off a defenders back and score. That run was the craziest thing I had ever seen (at that moment in my life) and Morris was a big part to why I started to really like the number 9. That was when Oregon really started getting national attention. Of course we stumbled through the early 2000's with hype and underwhelming finishes. Then came Kellen Clemens, Dennis Dixon, and constant uniform changes.
  12. Eugene, OR Christian college NCU is the Beacons. They don't use lighthouse imagery though. Colors are blue and yellow.
  13. Oregon Jumpman alts are going to have to grow on me, like the rest of the set. The shoulder logo is the most puzzling addition to me, but at this point nothing REALLY shocks me anymore. Would have loved to see the "Jumpduck" used instead.
  14. Mighty Oregon Fighting Ducks