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  1. I too like the new graphics package. But, yeah, this score bug is far to big and bulky.
  2. So... They have the Patriots logo in the middle under the wordmark (as is per their wordmark), but... what will go on the left of it? Nothing?
  3. Bringing up old thread. This is the first actual usage I have seen of the new logo. It seems to be on the hurdles in KU colors for this weekends Kansas Relays
  4. My thoughts exactly. We should only see the whites in KC. Hell, even if they DID wear them in the NCAA, the odds of wearing the blues are still very very low.
  5. I am surprised at what they have there on the front page. Aren't the Broncos going to orange for the primary this year?
  6. Finally found some pictures of the Jayhawks. Bob Davis just informed us they are honoring the 1961 team (that ended 3rd in the Big 8, and won the Bluebonnet Bowl against Rice, woo). ...... ugh
  7. Got any pictures of this? I am stuck at work a couple of hundred feet away from the game, lol.
  8. Yeah, I have been cringing whenever I see articles merely saying that it is the Super Bowl logo. Gonna be some confused people out there for a while...
  9. I just don't understand why make the stars on the change kit green? You can't really see 'em.
  10. If anything, I think the NHL should be the only league worthy of wearing a defending championship logo the next year since the trophy isn't a reproduction every year.
  11. ...does not play a calibre of baseball on par with the Major Leagues. I agree with both of these... As in the now. Lets say the champions do start playing each other. Sure, the MLB teams will more than likely win for a while, but I would sure hope in the process the quality of Japan baseball would strive to get better, yes? The idea kinda reminds me of the ol' NFL-AFL.... No way. NPB isn't even close to the level of the AFL. You might as well have the World Series champs play the top team in the PCL or IL. Yeah, I knew it was a bad parallel, it's just what came to mind. I am just saying that, given the chance, I think Japan would do their best to play with the big boys. They love their baseball over there. Do I think it can happen? Yes. Will it? Probably not.
  12. Its tough to believe the one and done argument when the last two years we ended the season with two teams without a loss and in 2009 and 2007 the only teams to end the season without a loss was not the National Champion. I completely understand with strength of schedule and such, but still....
  13. The Japanese all star team may beat a side of uninterested second tier American players in the WBC, but no way one of their regular clubs would beat the World Series champion in a seven game series. Plus when the World Series was created, basically was the only show on the planet. Although it would be cool to see a tournament in the winter between the winners of the worlds big leagues. It would still be a bloodbath though. ...does not play a calibre of baseball on par with the Major Leagues. I agree with both of these... As in the now. Lets say the champions do start playing each other. Sure, the MLB teams will more than likely win for a while, but I would sure hope in the process the quality of Japan baseball would strive to get better, yes? The idea kinda reminds me of the ol' NFL-AFL....
  14. Not only this, but they have the old AFC and NFC logos near the top...
  15. Hey ColorWerx, do you happen to have the higher quality versions of the 'WildCard', 'Divisional', and the Championship game logos?