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  1. Will the lower divisions of US soccer be updated to reflect NISA, USL-C, USL-1? It'd be nice to see all the defunct teams before they are all forgotten.
  2. In the NFL logos Year by Year for 1972 (and other years) several teams are left out of the main group of teams including the Chargers and the Dolphins.
  3. In the "What Could Have Been..." Category. This was reported on PWInsider of the names that Alpha Entertainment applied for: St. Louis Phantom DC Stars Tampa Bay Predators LA Gold New York Gothams Dallas Blaze Houston Comets St. Louis Archers DC Sentinels Tampa Bay Stingers LA Stunners Houston Wildcatters New York Power Dallas Bandits St. Louis Greywolves DC Knights LA Wings Dallas. Renegades Houston Nitro Dallas Lobos Tampa Bay Vipers LA Legion New York Guardians Tampa Bay Sharks Houston Roughnecks New York Grind St. Louis Battlehawks DC Armada Tampa Bay Frenzy New York Cannons St. Louis Aces DC Defenders LA Wildcats Houston Octane Dallas Mustangs
  4. I am surprised that the late 80s/early 90s NBA Draft logo or the playoff logos of the time are not in the NBA section
  5. http://logosempire.2ya.com/ This one is good, just use Internet Exploder instead of Mozilla Firefox.
  6. The "Tuffy" logo with the elephant is actually an older logo used by the athletic department in the late ninties through around 2004. Since then the athletic department has adopted the "Circle F" logo. The logos that are on this website are actually switched around. The only place the "Tuffy" logo is used nowadays is for their baseball and softball field logos. The loyal fans (CSUF is a HUGE commuter school) did take to our mascot, "Tuffy" & "Tiffy" the elephant and so you see Tuffy on a lot of banners and signs. And yes there are mascots dressed as elephants. The switch was part of a rebranding campaign to switch from a Disney style logo to a more traditional one. Coincidentally, it took place around the same time the Angels (just 5 minutes south of the campus) rebranded themselves from Disney. The funny joke is that there are many ways of restating Cal State Fullerton, CSUF, csFU, and of course the one most people enjoy is Cal State Disneyland. (A large portion of the student body have or is working for the rat.) On a side note, with the end of the super regionals comes the arrival of the Golden Baseball League back to Fullerton. The Fullerton Flyers (named after the trains, which do commute through Fullerton) start up their home games after the NCAA Super Regionals at Goodwin Field by CSUF. The stadium is actually owned by the city of Fullerton eventhough it is located on the north side of the campus. The NCAA has traditionally penciled in Fullerton as a Regional College World Series site and they reserve the stadium for the Supers. The night after the last Super Regional game is scheduled, the Flyers then convert the stadium over for their use and play their first game within 24 hours. Boy I bet you weren't expect that much information. FYI the "Titan Gym" until recently still had 1980 LA Olympics (30 miles away and in the OC) pictures/designs on the front gallery walls, since CSUF was the site for the team handball events. Anyways, I hope this at some point answered your question.
  7. The "Tuffy" logo with the elephant is actually an older logo used by the athletic department in the late ninties through around 2004. Since then the athletic department has adopted the "Circle F" logo. The logos that are on this website are actually switched around. The only place the "Tuffy" logo is used nowadays is for their baseball and softball field logos. The loyal fans (CSUF is a HUGE commuter school) did take to our mascot, "Tuffy" & "Tiffy" the elephant and so you see Tuffy on a lot of banners and signs. And yes there are mascots dressed as elephants. The switch was part of a rebranding campaign to switch from a Disney style logo to a more traditional one. Coincidentally, it took place around the same time the Angels (just 5 minutes south of the campus) rebranded themselves from Disney. The funny joke is that there are many ways of restating Cal State Fullerton, CSUF, csFU, and of course the one most people enjoy is Cal State Disneyland. (A large portion of the student body have or is working for the rat.) On a side note, with the end of the super regionals comes the arrival of the Golden Baseball League back to Fullerton. The Fullerton Flyers (named after the trains, which do commute through Fullerton) start up their home games after the NCAA Super Regionals at Goodwin Field by CSUF. The stadium is actually owned by the city of Fullerton eventhough it is located on the north side of the campus. The NCAA has traditionally penciled in Fullerton as a Regional College World Series site and they reserve the stadium for the Supers. The night after the last Super Regional game is scheduled, the Flyers then convert the stadium over for their use and play their first game within 24 hours. Boy I bet you weren't expect that much information. FYI the "Titan Gym" until recently still had 1980 LA Olympics (30 miles away and in the OC) pictures/designs on the front gallery walls, since CSUF was the site for the team handball events. Anyways, I hope this at some point answered your question.