Chiefster2000

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  1. So I guess that brings the tally to Wichita State Nicholls State UCSB
  2. UCSB has a new logo http://ucsbgauchos.cstv.com/genrel/081909aaa.html
  3. Does anyone know of any new college logos for the 2009-2010 school year?
  4. I was thinking of what colleges have changed their nicknames and I found this list. Can anyone think of any others? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unive...e_United_States List of university and college nickname changes in the United States From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a List of university and college nickname changed in the United States. Adams State Indians, now the "Grizzlies" Arkansas State Indians, now the "Red Wolves". Previous nicknames include "Aggies", "Gorillas", and "Warriors". Carlisle Indians, a school for American Indians that was a college football power in the early 1900s Chowan Braves, reverted to "Hawks" in 2006 Carthage Redmen, reverted to the "Red Men" Cumberland Indians, now the Cumberlands "Patriots" Previously known as Cumberland College until 2005, when it became the University of the Cumberlands. The nickname change came earlier. Dartmouth Indians, disused since the 1970s in favor of continuing existing nickname, "Big Green" Dickinson State Savages, renamed the "Blue Hawks" in 1972 Eastern Michigan Hurons, now the "Eagles" Eastern Washington Savages, now the "Eagles" IUP Indians, renamed the "Crimson Hawks" in 2006 Louisiana-Monroe Indians, now the "Warhawks" Marquette Warriors, became the "Golden Eagles" in 1994 UMass Redmen, became the "Minutemen" in 1972 (According to the University, "Redmen" and "Redwomen" referred to the uniforms worn by the athletic teams. It was changed to "Minutemen" and "Minutewomen" out of sensitivity to American Indians.) MCLA Mohawks, today the "Trailblazers" Miami Redskins, in mid-1997, officially changed their names to the "RedHawks" Mississippi Flood, changed to Rebels Midwestern State Indians, changed to Mustangs Nebraska Wesleyan Plainsmen, today the "Prairie Wolves" Oklahoma City University Chiefs, now the "Stars" Quinnipiac Braves, became the "Bobcats" in 2002 St. Bonaventure Brown Indians and Brown Squaws, renamed the "Bonnies" in 1979 St. John's Redmen, became the "Red Storm" in 1995, to be gender-neutral and to avoid any appearance of racism. St. John's website indicates that the name did not refer to American Indians, but to the school color, a bright cardinal red. Simpson Redmen and Lady Reds, renamed the "Storm" in 1992 Southeast Missouri State Indians and Otahkians, renamed the "Redhawks" Southeastern Oklahoma State Savages, renamed "Savage Storm" in 2006 Seattle University Chieftains, now the "Redhawks" Southern Colorado Indians, renamed the ThunderWolves in 1995. It is currently Colorado State University-Pueblo, the nickname change came earlier. Southern Nazarene Redskins, now the "Crimson Storm" Springfield College Chiefs, now the "Pride" Stanford Indians, now known as the Stanford "Cardinal" (singular - for the school color, a shade of red) Stonehill Chieftains, today the "Skyhawks" Syracuse University Orangemen and Orangewomen, indigenous to Ireland, renamed "Orange" in 2004 University of Central Florida Golden Knights, renamed Knights in 2007. Virginia Tech Fighting Gobblers, originally the "Fighting Gobblers" but its nickname gradually transitioned into Hokies. [edit] List of changes as a result of college or university name change or merger Case Scientists & Rough Riders, Scientist was used from 1918-1938 and Rough Riders was used from 1930-1971 when changed to Case Western Reserve University and became the Spartans. Fenn College Foxes, changed to Cleveland State University in 1965 and became the Vikings. Western Reserve Pioneers & Red Cats, Pioneers used from 1921-1928 and the Red Cats used from 1928-1971 when changed to Case Western Reserve University and became the Spartans. Oklahoma A&M Aggies, changed to Oklahoma State University in 1957 and became the Cowboys.
  5. Marist just came out with a new logo as well.
  6. I know that the Cleveland State Vikings and Iowa State Cyclones came out with a new logo within the past year. Any others?
  7. The Nuggets, Bucks, and Magic will stay the same My guess is the Timberwolves, Kings, and Hornets jerseys will change somewhat.
  8. What new collegiate logos have there been within the past year?
  9. Have the Bradley Braves ever had an Indian logo? If so does anyone know what it looked like?
  10. Can you think of any college nickname changes? These are all the ones I could remember/find. If you can think of one that I missed please let me know. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unive...e_United_States This is a List of university and college nickname changed in the United States. * Adams State Indians, now the "Grizzlies" * Carlisle Indians, a school for American Indians that was a college football power in the early 1900s * Chowan Braves, reverted to "Hawks" in 2006 * Carthage Redmen, reverted to the "Red Men" * Cumberland Indians, now the Cumberlands "Patriots" Previously known as Cumberland College until 2005, when it became the University of the Cumberlands. The nickname change came earlier. * Dartmouth Indians, disused since the 1970s in favor of continuing existing nickname, "Big Green" * Dickinson State Savages, renamed the "Blue Hawks" in 1972 * Eastern Michigan Hurons, now the "Eagles" * Eastern Washington Savages, now the "Eagles" * Louisiana-Monroe Indians, now the "Warhawks" * Marquette Warriors, became the "Golden Eagles" in 1994 * UMass Redmen, became the "Minutemen" in 1972 (According to the University, "Redmen" and "Redwomen" referred to the uniforms worn by the atletics teams. It was changed to "Minutemen" and "Minutewomen" out of sensitivity to American Indians.) * MCLA Mohawks, today the "Trailblazers" * Miami Redskins, in mid-1997, officially changed their names to the "RedHawks" * Mississippi Flood, changed to Rebels * Midwestern State Indians, changed to Mustangs * Nebraska Wesleyan Plainsmen, today the "Prairie Wolves" * Oklahoma City University Chiefs, now the "Stars" * Quinnipiac Braves, became the "Bobcats" in 2002 * St. Bonaventure Brown Indians and Brown Squaws, renamed the "Bonnies" in 1979 * St. John's Redmen, became the "Red Storm" in 1995, to be gender-neutral and to avoid any appearance of racism. St. John's website indicates that the name did not refer to American Indians, but to the school color, a bright cardinal red. * Simpson Redmen and Lady Reds, renamed the "Storm" in 1992 * Southeast Missouri State Indians and Otahkians, renamed the "Redhawks" * Southeastern Oklahoma State Savages, renamed "Savage Storm" in 2006 * Seattle University Chieftains, now the "Redhawks" * Southern Colorado Indians, renamed the ThunderWolves in 1995. It is currently Colorado State University-Pueblo, the nickname change came earlier. * Southern Nazarene Redskins, now the "Crimson Storm" * Springfield College Chiefs, now the "Pride" * Stanford Indians, now known as the Stanford "Cardinal" (singular - for the school color, a shade of red) * Stonehill Chieftains, today the "Skyhawks" * Syracuse University Orangemen and Orangewomen, indigenous to Ireland, renamed "Orange" in 2004 * University of Central Florida Golden Knights, renamed Knights in 2007. List of changes as a result of college or university name change or merger * Case Scientists & Rough Riders, Scientist was used from 1918-1938 and Rough Riders was used from 1930-1971 when changed to Case Western Reserve University and became the Spartans. * Fenn College Foxes, changed to Cleveland State University in 1965 and became the Vikings. * Western Reserve Pioneers & Red Cats, Pioneers used from 1921-1928 and the Red Cats used from 1928-1971 when changed to Case Western Reserve University and became the Spartans. * Oklahoma A&M Aggies, changed to Oklahoma State University in 1957 and became the Cowboys.
  11. How did you get that out of curiosity.
  12. Ok, since I will admit I am not that great at photoshop do you think you could tell step by step what I need to do for it? Thanks for your time and help.
  13. What effect does Yahoo! use to make the logos go from that to this?
  14. Make of it what you want... If they do that I think Browns fans are going to be pissed. I don't think they will change them since they just changed them this past year making look more like the old uniforms worn by the Browns.
  15. I have not had any luck in finding them online.. very very odd that they are not availible.
  16. It is official, they are out now. Athletic Department Unveils Athletic Spirit Marks Complete Line Of Apparel Currently Available At CSU Bookstore Aug. 22, 2007 Contact: Brian McCann CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A two-year process to update the Cleveland State athletic spirit marks and logos came to a completion on Wednesday (Aug. 22) when CSU Director of Athletics Lee Reed unveiled a new graphics package for Viking athletics. As part of the unveiling, a complete line of apparel went on sale this morning at the CSU Bookstore, which is located at 2400 Euclid Ave. "Today's unveiling is the culmination of almost two years of planning," Reed said. "We examined how our marks were being used and how they could be updated to reflect a more modern looking image that better represents our student-athletes." The primary athletic mark, nicknamed "Peering Viking", consists of the upper half of a Viking head -- from the bridge of the nose on up -- peering out over the words Cleveland State, which is printed in the font Friz Quadrata. The focal point of the design is the heavy emphasis on the aggressive stare of the Viking, mostly coming from the strong eyes under the helmet. "The development of Peering Viking came from one of the first meetings we had during the process," Reed said. "The designers in the CSU Marketing and Public Affairs office had put together over 100 different rough sketches and drawings for us to consider. "While examining them, we folded one sample of a Viking helmet in half and laid it on top of some text, creating a look that we knew right then was going to be the final primary logo." In addition to the primary mark, several secondary marks were created using versions of the phrases "Cleveland State" and "Vikings", the "V" symbol which had come into use over the last couple of years and the full and partial Viking head. "As we went through the design process, it was our intention to not only create a mark that would become synonymous with Cleveland State Athletics, but to also examine the current ways that we are using the various phrases and marks and design options for our fans and coaches to use that fit naturally with the primary mark," Reed said. "The font that has been used on the Peering Viking logo is the official font of athletics and we will use it whenever possible within the department. Along the same lines, the other secondary marks were created in anticipation of the many ways that we are currently use them." The new mark has already been incorporated into the uniforms and other apparel that will be worn by CSU student-athletes this year. In addition, the basketball floor in the Wolstein Center has been redesigned using the new marks. "The floor looks great," Reed said. "I can't wait for our basketball teams to play on it this winter." The marks were created by Frank Cucciare, a former designer in the CSU Marketing and Public Affairs office, who is now the president of Blink Concepts & Design in Perrysburgh, Ohio. "I have to commend Frank for a wonderful job on this project," Reed said. "He was passionate about the project from the very beginning and even when he left the university to start his own company, we had his full attention on this project. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity for him and the result show it." Source: http://csuvikings.cstv.com/genrel/082207aaa.html
  17. What is the hue, sat, lum, red, blue, and yellow on Vegas Gold? Thanks for your help in advance.
  18. I am just surprised no one has found the new logo yet.
  19. Also if anyone can find and post any other CSU logos that would be great. I believe there was a boat logo in the mid 80's also.